Still recovering from your post-IKEA frenzy? Or are you still planning your trip there? Whichever the case may be, the Philippines has been struck by the Nordic-Scandinavian craze and it looks like it’s not gonna let up soon! Now that you find yourself with boxes upon boxes of items from this famous Swedish chain, how do you meld all these new furniture into one cohesive look? Well, we’ve got some good news for you.
Scandinavian Inspirations in The Color Library
If you’re planning a trip to IKEA in Pasay, why not drop by Boysen’s The Color Library as well? Complete your home’s Scandinavian makeover by painting your walls with our curated selection of colors that will perfectly match the vibe you’re going for. We already have over 1,300 colorbooks inside our store. But, did you know that we also have a selection of Scandinavian-inspired colors as well? ?
We have an in-store app that can only be found in the tablets of The Color Library. Within that app, we have a segment labelled “Inspirations.” Click on it to view over 90 lovely shades that will totally go with your new IKEA furniture. Going for a minimalist Hygge vibe? We got it. A darker, moodier Viking-esque theme? Got you covered!
Now, I don’t want to spoil all the Scandinavian-inspired Boysen colors for you here. But, we’ll give you a sneak peek!
Hyped Over Hygge
If you haven’t heard of the word “hygge” yet then you’re seriously living under a rock. By definition, Hygge means “a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being.” For a space that embraces “Hygge,” use warm tones of wood and cozy muted fabrics against a subdued, minimalist backdrop. Opt for warm-toned off-white or pastel paint shades to make your living space completely Hygge.
While we’re in the topic of all things cozy, how about relaxing shades of blue? We chose a palette of dusky, muted blues to match your Scandinavian aesthetic. Nothing too bright or too energizing to the eye. If you’re planning to switch up your bedroom into a Nordic getaway, consider these blue hues for your next repainting.
Scandinavian inspirations and color schemes seem to revolve around white. And a lot of it! But did you know that darker shades like grays or blacks also work well with this aesthetic? These moodier shades still vibe well with the design style’s neutral, monochromatic look.
All these Scandinavian inspirations we highlighted here are all available in The Color Library! They’re all in the base paint of Virtuoso Silk Touch. It’s Boysen’s low-odor, low-VOC, easy-clean interior paint that dries in a luxurious matte finish. A match made in heaven for your soon-to-be Swedish home. Got any more questions on paints and color or about The Color Library? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy hygge-ing!