Boysen launched today its latest interactive, experiential booth called Boysen Color Play at IDM at the SMX Convention Center. The booth is a way for visitors to experience the fresh and new colors of Color Trend 2017. If you want to avoid the queue, come early when the doors open at 9:30.  But if you do need to line up, just relax and enjoy taking selfies, or photos of the booth, or both, and share them on your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. The IDM exhibition will be until March 11. You…

This is the inside story of the Boysen Color Play, an interactive and experiential exhibition booth which will be launched on March 9 at the IDM at the SMX Convention Center. Photos were taken during the making of the booth in a secret place where elves also reside. Showtime is around the corner Behind every brilliant performance there were countless hours of practice and preparation. – Eric Butterworth A few more days till showtime, and the countdown jitters were palpable in a makeshift office at the second floor of a studio where…

Here’s a teaser of what awaits you in the Boysen booth this coming Interior & Design Manila at the SMX Convention Center on March 9 to 11, where we  will be launching Color Trend 2017. You’ll be meeting four friends, be up close and personal with four palettes, be dabbling with 24 colors, and be seeing so much eye-candy, a virtual playground of them in fact. See you there, guys!

We are very excited to launch this year’s Color Trend 2017 at the Interior & Design Manila at the SMX Convention Center on March 9 to 11. We will be showcasing it again at the Worldbex on March 15 to 19 at the World Trade Center.  So do block those dates and come for a visit with your family and friends. Here’s a glimpse of the colors awaiting you at our booth. There are four palettes and 24 luscious colors waiting to be discovered. If you want to get inspired or…

Come and join us in Color Play at the IDM on March 9 to 11 There’s something exciting brewing in the air. We are preparing something to delight and inspire you, something that will spark your imagination and take you on a journey of adventure and exploration. You will meet four friends who will be joining you on this trip, and they will be waiting for you at the Boysen booth. See you next week.

They say that to truly know a person, you have to walk a mile in their shoes. But personally, to learn more about someone I look at their homes. When you think about it, that makes sense—your home is where you are most comfortable, where you can be your most “authentic” self. It’s where you spend long periods of time, and it’s a space that provides you with all the basic necessities to survive. No matter how small or uncomfortable our houses are, we always do our best to make it more “homey,” right?

Our beautiful country spoils us with the blues that surround us, from that blue sky above to the blue sea that stretches far away into the horizon. Go to sleep, baby. Mama will sing Of blue butterflies, and dragonfly wings. Moonlight and sunbeams, raiments so fine. Silver and gold, for baby of mine. – Kim Harrison, “Black Magic Sanction” What do you say when your child asks you, “Why is the sky blue?” NASA would answer, “Blue light is scattered in all directions by the tiny molecules of air in Earth’s atmosphere. Blue…

It’s the tender moments spent together when trust weaves its magic spell to coax two people to drop the masks and open themselves up to each other. Much like a flower unfurling its petals to the sun, that’s how the fragile tendrils of an awakened heart seem. This is the walking-on-pink-clouds phase, misty, dreamy, with gentle, shimmering lights twinkling around you, outside you, inside you. Nothing is impossible: Everything is beautiful, even that long to-do list filed at the back of your head, of things that need to be done today.  You’re wrapped…

You can picture it vividly in your mind. Too vividly that you even dream about it, in fact, you can almost touch it, literally.  It’s your last thought before you doze off to la la land, and the first thing that flashes in your mind when you get back to consciousness…’ah, my dream home!’ The hubby and I were well into the  fifth year of our marriage, with our then two bundles of joy born a few years apart, and had been renting a decent bungalow near my parents’ home, when…

During the Ms. Universe event last January, Boysen trended because of the 3-episodic Koreanovela. Last weekend, it was a fast food company’s turn when their 3 hugot videos trended. Other companies have also come out with more hugot, or have reposted past hugot ads. And the public is lapping it up.

There’s no brushing it off—painting is messy business, no matter how careful you are. Every DIY home decorator knows the struggle. But with the help of a few household items, you can save yourself the trouble of unforeseen accidents and needless cleanups. Here are five must-know hacks every DIY home decorator should keep in mind to take the pain out of painting for good. Scrape Off Paint with a Rubber Band Brushing excess paint over the rim of the can will leave a buildup of dry paint over time. Eventually, you may…

Choosing colors for your home is an exciting step in the nesting process, and is also an exercise in self-discovery. Some of us seem to be born with definite tastes; they have the edge here, and they move on to execution with ease. They are those, who in a few days or weeks, are ready to move in. However, some of us can be totally clueless which means they would probably rely on their interior designers or stylists, if they are or feel rich enough to afford one. Or they would…

I spent the last day of 2016 with a small, brand-new paintbrush and a small, brand-new can of white Boysen paint.  It was 9 am of December 31 and I told myself that, whatever happened, I had to finish painting the section of the wall that our cat, Moomin, had picked at for the last 3 years.  He probably noticed a section of paint bulging in one spot and had tried to poke at it with his claw.  After so many years of picking at it, I realized one day that the wall looked disgusting; the hole he’d made was large enough to be obvious even from outside the house.