With masks on every time we step outside, our home is quite literally the only place that gives us a breathing space. It’s the only place where we feel truly safe to breathe. We’ve come to realize how important it is to invest in a home that can bring us lightness and healing. If you are looking for ways to make your home more comforting, try adding fragrance to your home. You can use scented candles, essential oil diffusers, or even dried flowers!

Come and see scents as colors here! We’re tapping into our sense of smell to curate a color palette for you. We put together hues that will excite your olfactory senses and hopefully trigger thoughts that will bring you joy.

Check out these mood boards that you can smell just by looking at them. Find the look and scent that appeals to you the most.

Spice Up Your Home with Zesty Scents and Colors

Refresh Your Home with Scents and Colors | MyBoysen

Our personal spaces have become our gym, office, and school. Home is not just a place to retreat and recharge that’s why we look for ways to make it more invigorating to power us throughout the day.

Welcome fresh aromas to your space to elevate your mood. Citrusy and minty scents smell so clean and crisp that they can help you create an exhilarating atmosphere in your home. You can also paint your walls with zesty colors inspired by these refreshing scents. These hues coupled with lots of natural light will make you feel unstoppable. They will give you a nice boost to get you in the mood to exercise or finish your paperwork.

Bring Calmness to Your Haven with Soothing Scents and Colors

Refresh Your Home with Scents and Colors | MyBoysen

In the not-so-distant past, we were reminded to never bring unfinished work home. Now, we have this reminder: Don’t bring your work to the bedroom. Change the scene and the scent to give your brain the signal to slow down. Delicate flowery scents from lavender and geranium will calm your body and mind. A whiff of vanilla can also make you feel relaxed. Their aromas are rich but not too sweet. These scents and colors are perfect for rooms where you rest or sleep.

Tap Into Your Senses to Find the Right Color for Your Home

A smell can evoke a particular memory that’s why like color, scent is a personal thing. The colors and scents that you are drawn to may be repulsive for some people because it might bring them back to a time of heartbreak.

If you can’t find the color that you like here, check out other blog posts where we curated color palettes that will help you create a multi-sensory experience in your home. Click the posts below to explore hues that engage your senses.

Sounds, like colors, can affect our mood. Here, we put together comforting colors inspired by ambient sounds like coffee shop background noise and nature sounds. Read on to find the ambient sounds and colors that are soothing for your eyes and ears.

Cultivate a Peaceful Home with Soothing Sounds and Colors

Texture can make your home look interesting. Get inspired by the mood boards we weaved for you! This article features hues that go well with rattan weaves and bamboo furniture.

Weaving Colorful Dreams This Summer

Looking for colors that look so light and sweet that you could practically taste them? Check out these delightful bubble gum and jelly bean pastel hues!

The Bubble Gum and Jelly Bean Pastel Colors

Take a closer look at the color of the things you’re naturally drawn to. For example, you can get color ideas from your wardrobe. Take this quiz to get a palette based on your fashion style.

Quiz: Get Color Inspirations Based on Your Fashion Style

Inspired to paint your home? Go to a Mix & Match Station in a home depot nearest to you and get your preferred colors.

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Yasmin Aguila
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Yasmin Aguila is a copywriter at Boysen Paints Philippines. Interested in making paints fun and relatable, she produces quizzes and painting ideas for this blog. She claims that she is obsessed with yellow, but she always dresses in black from head to toe.

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