Combining different colours in a variety of shades and tones can do miracles for a home, room or terrace. The choice of colour can also make a big difference to our mood, and it’s well known that different colours evoke a range of emotional responses. Blue, for instance, is associated with peace and quiet, brown tones create harmony and yellow symbolises energy and joy. We also give the different shades of colour wonderful names to describe them, like azure blue, lime green or sunshine yellow. These names all have one thing in common: to evoke an emotional reaction.
We’re proud of this year’s new colours. We think they’re beautiful, and perfectly suit our fantastic outdoor furniture. Our new colour chart is best described as subdued tones of green, red and beige, and we've given the new colours names like burnt pepper, moss green and khaki in order to describe their shades. Burnt pepper features a burnt, slightly reddish-brown tone, moss green is a dark green colour with a hint of yellow and khaki is a wonderful fusion of grey and beige.
Our new colours dovetail beautifully with greys, browns, blacks or whites, which are traditionally the most common colours of Nordic outdoor furniture. And it’s certainly no coincidence that this is the case, because these colours go really well with nature’s own colour palette that appears in the seas, forests and flowery meadows. Nature was our main source of inspiration when we created these new tranquil and harmonious hues, which we hope will enhance the settings in your home, whether indoors or out.
We coordinate our range of products with accessories such as lanterns, mats and cushions in order to create the same cosy feeling on your terrace that you have indoors. Woolly plaids, soft mats and comfortable cushions in a range of materials and colour combinations will make your patio cosy and inviting, whichever base colour you choose. So get inspired by this year’s new colours and create the colour combinations that bring you the most joy.