If I could choose a favorite not-so-ordinary day of the year, it would be Valentine’s Day. But no, not because of all the love in the air. I mean, I love love but I’d rather munch on something sweet.

Seriously though, I love how people of all gender and ages become so open with their declarations of love no matter how big or small. Roses and chocolates are selling out, hands are holding another, and everyone becomes a love poet. Suddenly, the earth looks like a casting call for Romeo and JulietThe day reminds me that love can still thrive in spite of the heartbreaks.

Blue valentine collage

Wherever you are today, know that there is no wrong way to celebrate V-day. You can go to a museum date with your person, cook something special for yourself, or work overtime. No judgment. But at the end of the day, what matters most is that you choose to come home to a place that brings you the calm and reassuring frame of mind that prepares you for the days after Valentine’s.

5 True Blue Painting Ideas for Your Home

Home is a place where you can be your most comfortable. Others might say that home is a person. (You see? The season is making everyone a love poet!) Going back, we must do our part to make our home as comfortable as we’d like it to be. This year’s Pantone Color of the Year Classic Blue, brings us the comfort and reassurance we need. Try covering your walls with its richness.

Here are five Classic Blue painting ideas for your home – I mean the actual building, okay?

Kitchen Make Up

 

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Nothing beats a classic. In this white-walled kitchen, the simple addition of blue cabinets spices up a seemingly dull space. Go bake your favorite chocolate cake and finish it yourself. Sometimes, self-love is eating all those calories yourself.

Click on kitchen painting ideas and find out how you can make your own kitchen sizzle.

Dinner for Two

 

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“Classic blue doesn’t have to be the only pop of color,” designer Keira St. Claire said. Adding complementary colors such as olive greens, yellows or gold can make an instant statement. Look at how this dining area comes to life with splashes of yellow and greens. Dinner for two, tonight?

Netflix and Chill

 

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An all-blue room makes the day so much lighter, go even further by choosing matching furniture like this blue couch. Ahh, cuddling will be a lot better.

Shower Kisses

 

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Your date didn’t go well? Go cry your eyes out in this calming bathroom. The play with a different hue of blue like the one used on the door sure works wonders. Once you’re done, get your reddest lipstick and doll up. You may be heartbroken but you’re never not beautiful.

Fall Asleep or Fall in Love

 

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If you’re the type of person who isn’t really into mingling especially on a jam-packed day such as Valentine, feel free to sleep in. Blue works best in spaces where you relax. Doesn’t this bedroom make you want to just cancel your plans and jump in?

Boysen Closest Color Match

Boysen houses thousands of colors from both ends of the color spectrum and in between. Of course, we have our blues. Find your perfect Boysen color match below:

Boysen Closest Color Match

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Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!

Jess Convocar
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Jess is a copywriter who brushes up on her paint knowledge daily. Together with Boysen professionals, she makes the technical stuff easier to digest. When she’s not writing, she searches the internet for the latest dessert bar.

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