By using the bright and light colors, you create a simple style that fits just as well with the Nordic style as by the sea. Our lightest stain colors retain the natural expression in the wood, but at the same time give it a lighter expression that emphasizes the details. More and more people want a lighter color palette. Part of the reason for this can often be that many people find it easier to combine with both interior and floor.

Gråskarvet, Gråkampen and Lys Valdresgrå are among our brightest stain colors, and big favorites for many. They all have a touch of light gray tones, which gives a Nordic style, and emphasizes the naturalness of the wood. Such a bright expression is often something you want in cabins by the sea, with bright colors on the floor, wall and moldings. If you want an even lighter look, you can choose to paint the ceiling in white, or choose an even lighter stain on the ceiling. Still, more people choose to have the same color on both walls, ceilings and moldings, for a more clean impression of the room. This is very much up to each individual and what preferences one has.

In many contexts, the lightest colors can often be seen as cold tones, but on stained panels, the light will often still be both warm and delicate. When deciding on a color palette in a cabin or in a home, the most important thing is to find something you are happy with. If you go for a lighter stain, it will still be possible to get it darker later. But if you go for a darker stain, you will not be able to go lighter later, without having to replace the stain by painting over.

Linear rib elements are also nice to combine with both stained panel, or with other materials, for example in a nice bathroom with tiles. The bright games give the room a stylish and beautiful expression, where you can choose between different types of wood and surface treatments. Our linear rib elements can be delivered in most types of wood and with different surface treatment and requirements for both fire and acoustics.

Regarding stained panels, and perhaps especially panel with the lightest colors where the natural core of the wood emerges more clearly, it is especially important to be aware that there may be color differences on stained panels. This is due to the core in the wood, which is often the darkest area of the wood. Some panels often have a lot of core, while others have less, which in turn can result in variation in color. We still think this is what is charming about the tree, and gives it its own character.