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The Boysen and SM Home collaboration sprouted wings and flew down to the queen city of the south Cebu City. SM Home’s assistant vice president for Marketing Tom Castañeda organized a design event called The Essentials of Condo Living on February 24 and 25 at the SM City Cebu Northwing Atrium. Boysen in SM Home Cebu City The Cebuanos were treated to room vignettes to show how paint colors and home furnishings and accessories could be combined to make contemporary, cool living spaces. The Technology palette of Boysen Color Trend 2017 was the designers’ favorite, with the pink Techy Romantic being the showstopper. How to Infuse Personality Into Your Home with Paint and Color The crowd was very much into the talks given by the interior designers and stylists of the vignettes. Boysen was there to talk about how to use paint to make your homes become places you would be so…

In January, SM Home assistant vice president Tom Castaneda opened five room vignettes at the SM Home bridgeway in Makati featuring light and bright interiors to welcome the new year. This month, he changed everything and turned up the heat by painting the walls with three colors from the palette Maximal of Color Trend 2017. These are the intense hues of yellow and blue called Tuscan Sun and Designer Denim, respectively, and a cool greyish-green named High Society. Tom worked together with stylist Leona Laviña-Panutat to create what he called the “Looks of Love.” You won’t see any reds but the intensity is there! Here are the two friends taking a short rest in the middle of all the flurry. Kitchen, Dining Room and Home Office Tom designed the kitchen, dining room and home office spaces, and used vivid wall colors. He painted the kitchen and dining room walls with the…

The Boysen x SM Home collaboration continues in 2018. The first project are the light and bright interiors of the latest room sets which you can find in the bridgeway of SM Home in Makati. For January, SM Home assistant vice president for marketing Tom Castaneda, chose four of the light and cheerful colors from Color Trend 2017 as well as the specialty paint Perlescente from Boysen’s DECORe line. Here are the colors used for the five room sets. Watch the video below to see Tom walking us through the different rooms – kitchen, dining room, living room, home office and bedroom. The paint colors are light and bright, and so are the furniture and accessories, all perfect for today’s condo living. For more Boysen x SM collaborations: Personalized Walls from Boysen at Complete Your Home with SM Home Glow with the Flow in Your Gorgeous Living Room Boysen Talks…

You’re a proud owner of a cookie cutter, shoebox condo, but you’re a person of drama and passion and quirkiness and…you’re one of a kind, that’s all, and you’d want your condo to be as one-of-a-kind as you are. How hard can it be? Get Big on Personality Whether you own a studio or a one-bedroom unit, which usually ranges in size from 18 to 50 sqm, there are ways you can add personality to any space. The most basic way, and the easiest, is to veer away from the usual white, boxy look, and paint the space with colors that appeal to you even if they’re intense. Are you renting the place? No problem. If you want drama, you can very well afford to paint the walls in colors which are more to your taste, because paint is affordable, and also quick and easy. Dark ≠ Small There’s this…

From September 12 to 17, you will see the palette Tradition of Boysen Color Trend 2017 in the room sets in SM Home’s The Essentials of Condo Living at the Concourse, Ground Floor, SM Makati. The Root of Palette Tradition The palette Tradition hints at the works of weavers and artisans, here and around the world, whose craftsmanship has been handed down to them by their ancestors. Old art forms in fabrics and weaves, like in our banigs, tinalak, inabel, ikat, to name a very few, were the basis for this palette. However, globalization and technological advancements have influenced tastes, so we have given a modern twist to the ethnic palette to make it more relevant to the aesthetics of Filipinos today. See Tradition in SM Home Makati SM Home has four room vignettes that you can go visit now at the Concourse at the Ground Floor in SM Makati. There…

What are personalized walls exactly? These are walls that you can call your own, where you can put your mark on, paint on it with whatever it is that you want to create, using colors that appeal to you and never mind the rest of the family (if you don’t live alone, but ask permission at least). It is a space of individuality, YOURS. It could be a journal of dreams, YOURS. Or a manifestation of who YOU are. Where you live, you can have as many personalized walls as there are walls, as many as your time allows, and as magnificent as your imagination is. Skill comes to play too but hey, if you’re the experimental type, no problem. If you’re more straitlaced, now is the time to take off the fetters that you put on yourself, and just let it rip. It’s paint. You can always change it…

For the outdoorsy type who wants to bring the blues of Boracay and Bohol into your kitchen, here’s a brightly intense blue from the Boysen Color Trend 2017 called Rebel Yell. This is a kitchen for those people who may love food but do not want to spend too much time indoors to prepare it themselves. Give them a great coffeemaker and a small fridge, a few dishes, and that would be enough. They have better things to do, adventures to take, new worlds to conquer. This kitchen vignette is one of five under the concept Complete Your Home, an inspired idea from Tom Castaneda, AVP Marketing of SM Home. Steal some ideas for your own kitchen and visit this exhibit in the bridgeway at the 5th floor of SM Makati on or before August 31.

Painting a wall a different color may just be a cosmetic facelift but it is arguably the most inexpensive way to achieve a radical makeover in your living spaces. To prove my point, look at the photos, and drag the arrows either left or right. Kitchen Home Office Living Room Bedroom Dining Room Boysen partnered with SM Home last month to paint the walls of five room sets, an exhibit called Complete Your Home that you can go and visit in the bridgeway at the 5th floor of SM Makati. Last month, we used the Technology Palette of Boysen Color Trend 2017, with Tinderbox from the Minimal palette. This month, we used colors chosen from three different palettes – Technology, Maximal and Minimal. You have until end of August to catch the exhibit. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave

How do you style a bedroom and home office? This article was contributed by Jules Cruz. Her original post can be found here. Can you possibly furnish a home with all things SM Home? You sure can. And that was the challenge given to me by SM Home’s AVP for Marketing Tom Castaneda. He called me one morning for a quick brief. Before I knew it, I was inside SM Makati’s 5th floor at five in the morning. It was exhilarating! We only had a few hours to choose, pull, and decorate each space before the mall opened. I felt like I was in a reality TV show. SM Home’s Complete Your Home campaign has been running since June. We actually worked with existing frames/spaces originally designed by interior designers. So it was such a tall order because we’re not licensed interior designers! ???? This just goes to show that…

What do Crystal Sparkle, Barenaked and Basic Blend have in common? They are the light neutrals of Boysen Color Trend 2017. These colors can be counterpoints to the dark colors in the Color Trend 2017. They can also be used together to create a monochromatic palette. They can also stand alone if you want your rooms to have a minimal and serene ambience. Light neutrals can definitely be interesting. Discover more colors and visit our Color Trend 2017 website.