This Color Library is for people who are tired of living in black and white

Published December 2, 2021, 12:52 PM

by John Legaspi

Discover more hues and vibrant shades here

Colors are instant mood boosters and they are the cheapest form of therapy for good mental health. Numerous studies in the past have proven the influence of color on the inner workings of our minds. One experiment by Aalborg University of Copenhagen showed that brains were more active after subjects were exposed to red and blue light, while green light yielded calmness and relaxation. More scientific studies have come up through the years, and many are still trying to uncover more quantifiable ways on how colors affect the human mind. But one thing is for sure, in this time of pandemic, “Now is not the time for grays,” as Laurie Pressman, vice president of the Pantone Color Institute, puts it.

Boysen Paint Philippines’ The Color Library

If you’re like the many people who are sick of white, cream walls, pale blue tone of face masks, and in desperate need of vibrant hues, well, this color wonderland is the dream place to be.

Located at MOA Square, SM Mall of Asia Complex, Boysen Paints Philippines opens to the public its Color Library. Housing over 1,300 paint colors, this pigments center is a true destination for artists looking for new palettes to work on and get inspired, interior designers wanting to discover unique tone combinations for space, and even for regular individuals who want to broaden their color vocabulary.

“Arranged on the shelves are panels coated in our premium paint colors,” the brand says. “They’re there for you to peruse, examine, and hold. The goal is to help you get a better sense of your chosen paint color before you decide to commit to it. In this way, The Color Library is a paint experience like no other.”

A kaleidoscope world awaits at the Color Library. Plus, it is only a few steps away from Ikea Philippines!

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