So, have you visited Boysen’s The Color Library yet? You totally should! There are over 1,300 Colorbooks to browse through. I’m sure you’ll find a color (or two, or three!) that would vibe with you. You can take home either 200mL or 1-Liter paint pots of your chosen colors. But what can you do with such a small amount of paint? It’s not enough to paint your whole room, that’s for sure. Well, I have some awesome room paint ideas for you to try!

Add Pops of Color

How to Add Pops of Colors into Your Home

The 200mL Boysen paint pots are perfect for just adding small pops of color in your living space. You don’t have to commit into repainting a whole wall or room. Pick out an area in your house that needs a little boost of color. It could be your work from home setup, your home gym corner, or your at-home reading nook! These ideas are perfect for those who are working with a tight schedule. You can totally do these in just a few hours! Consider it your relaxing Saturday night project. Gear up with your 200mL paint pot, paint brush, newspapers, and a cold glass of beer. Now you’re ready!

For Your Kiddo’s Bedroom

Paint the Alphabet on Your Toddler’s Bedroom Wall

Spruce up your toddler’s bedroom with an alphabet wall! Pick out 4 to 5 colors from The Color Library in 200mL sizes to make it extra colorful. Don’t worry if your hands are too shaky (from caffeine? I don’t know.), the video teaches you how to create cardboard stencils for this project. This could be a fun weekend activity with your child as well. If they’re old enough, they can help you make the stencils or even paint the letters onto the wall!

Free Your Inner Picasso

#FromHousetoHome: Boysen’s Accent Wall Paint Ideas

Up for a bit of a challenge? This is one step up from just painting blocks of color onto your main walls. Make your living space more unique by painting on something artsy! The article above are just some examples you can try. If you think these don’t really match your aesthetic, don’t worry. Just search for #FromHousetoHome in the Boysen Facebook page, there are tons of different inspirations for you there.

Picasso’s a Bit Too Much for Me

Video Tutorial on a Pop Art Styrofoam Stamp of a Coffee Press

Okay, so you’re not confident enough in your art skills. Don’t worry, we have something simpler that you can try. Have you ever heard of stamping the design on your walls instead? In the video above, we featured a coffee press as the styrofoam stamp. If you’re not into coffee, you can try other designs such as flowers, leaves, or even cute cats! Also, this type of design works great if you picked out a ton of colors from The Color Library. Instead of just two colors like the video above, you can feature as many as you want!

Some Final Thoughts

These are just a few fun ideas of what to do with 200mL Boysen paint pots. Of course, you don’t have to be limited with these concepts. What other room paint ideas do you have? Have fun with it! So, what are you waiting for? Visit Boysen’s The Color Library now and choose from over 1,300 colors we have in store. We arranged the colors in a gradient so it would be easier for you guys to pick out the hues that you want. And if you’re still feeling a bit unsure, we have our Color Consultants in the store to help you guys out.

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Inah is an avid overplanner with a manic desire to organize everything. She dedicates most of her time and attention to her two chunky dogs, Prince and Peanut. If there's a bit of extra time on hand, she will spring clean her entire house.


  1. Lenilyn Reply

    What to do if the newly paint wall seems with moist , the gray color with white spot. Any recommendation . They used. Boysen

    • Reply thru email from our Comms team sent on June 9 —

      Regarding your inquiry, may we clarify:
      1. Is this an interior or exterior concrete wall?
      2. What were the step by step procedures done?
      3. What specific products were used?

      May we also ask for a photo of the wall and the affected areas? This will help us evaluate the situation better.

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