All our candles are hand-coloured using durable, water-based dyes which do not fade in sunlight.
The range comprises more than 90 colours, and we are continually developing new shades and tints, making sure you can always find just what you are after in our large colour universe. All our classic candles are also available with a lacquer finish for even more colour options.
New colours SS2021
We welcome our two new SS21 colors in no. 21 White Ash & no. 52 Soft Rose.
Soft and calm tones which both makes you think of summer parties and long evenings in good company. To achieve a similar and pleasant appearance, the two new colours are a perfect match together, but also in company with our other beautiful colours. Get them in mat as well lacquer and in our taper, cylindrical, cone and slim candles.
New Rose Gold accessories
All our accessories are now to find in the most beautiful rose gold colour. As always very classic and elegant just like the other variants you already know from the assortment. Now you have the chance to combine the new rose gold with your favorite candles in beautiful other colours.
Especially, rose gold accessories are a perfect match together with our new colours no. 21 and no. 52.
News - Champagne! Winter 2020
Champagne no. 94 is our latest colour news. The champagne colour is the third colour to our metallic colour univers.
Our champagne, silver and gold-coloured candles are particularly popular when celebrating religious festivals, and all the dyes and lacquers we use are fade-resistant.
The champagne, silver, gold and lacquer finishes are a surface treatment which is applied to the candle. First, the candles are dipped into a chosen colour to add the over-dipping wax which ensures a beautiful and expressive finished candle. Next, the candle is surface-treated with champagne, gold, silver or lacquer.
New colours - SS 2020
No. 55 Neon Mint:
According to several trend researchers and forecasts, neon mint is set to be a colour trend in 2020, and will make its mark on the world of fashion as well as homes and interiors.
Neo mint spans from yellowish shades to the cooler, grey tones of mint. Trend researchers say that mint has been chosen as it is the colour that unites nature and technology, areas which are both topical in the media due to the challenges of climate change.
No. 24 Clay Brown:
Clay brown characterises the nature look, and can be combined with some of our brighter colours, with the new No. 55 Neon being an obvious choice.