The Funi Colour Guide

Our custom beanies and headbands are made from soft, high-grade acrylic yarn that's made and spun in the UK. Colours are rich and deep, however every screen, laptop, tablet and smart phone is different so we've pulled together The Funi Colour Guide to help you make the perfect custom beanie. 

 

Black

No comment!

Charcoal

Like a mid to dark grey. It's a new shade for 13/14, because we liked it.

Silver

Nothing metallic about it. Just a nice light grey.

White

As you were.

Walnut

A pale brown. Like a dark sand, but not orangey. Fawn maybe? Essentially, walnut coloured.

Chocolate

Rich and dark. Darker than Dairy Milk, lighter than Bourneville. A Yorkie, maybe.

Cream

Like cream that's been in the fridge for a month. But in a good way!

Maroon

A bit darker than Scunthorpe United or Villa. Like red wine, for all you drinkers.

Matador

 

A true and bright red. Post box red. Old style telephone box red.

Melon

Our new favourite colour. Like a really bright coral. The screen doesn't do it justice. It's great.

Fiesta

A bright, neon pink. Party time.

 Magenta

A rich pinky purple. Amazing shade and our best seller of last year.

Fondant

A strong baby pink. Still a pastel but not a pale one.

Lilac

Pastel purple. But not pale either.

Aubergine

A dark muted purple shade. New for this winter. Warm and deep. Exactly like a ripe aubergine.

 Imperial

Like the Cadbury's Dairy Milk wrappers. Strong, bright and striking.

Navy

A fairly dark version of Navy. Rich and soft, and great with pastel colours

Royal

A true strong blue. Like a sailor might wear with a little pair of shorts. Aye aye!

Kingfisher

A vibrant turquoise colour. Very eye catching.

Denim

A muted mid-blue colour. Lovely shade for this year. Features heavily in our collections.

Cloud

A light baby blue.

Mint

A light minty green.

Glacia

A mid green, and a soft and muted shade. Like moss, but in no way brown! Great colour. Love it.

Aspen

A bright, warm green. Another new one. Bright, but not obtrusively.

Lime

Acid green. Very bright. Almost neon. But looks great when next to more muted shades.

Emerald

Imagine the Emerald City in The Wizard of Oz. A deep, true green.

Teal

A dark rich green-blue. Very popular.

Butterscotch

Like a lemon, but a little paler.

Inca

A more orangey yellow than the butterscotch.

Jaffa

A very bright almost neon orange.