• Sebun — a paint colour developed by Studio Stefan Scholten for Blēo
ST SC 10 Sebun by Studio Stefan Scholten

Crisp, almost citric light yellow. Based on one of Scholten & Baijings’ most distinctive ceramic glazes developed by 1616 / arita for their Colour Porcelain.

Read more about Studio Stefan Scholten and Atelier palette here

Why paint from Blēo?
—Our colours are highly pigmented; some palettes include colours with specially developed pigments
—The quality of our paints are best in class. Our world-leading visioniares would not accept anything else
—Handcrafted in Copenhagen, Denmark
—Our colours are extraordinary developed, each colour goes through an exacting process of testing, refinement, and quality control, before it emerges in its truest form - and a colour our visionaries will approve and put their name to
—Water-based, eco-friendly, non-toxic, low-VOC, and EU Ecolabel certified
—Odourless, also when applied
—Our ULTRA MATTE and MATTE paints are very sturdy and easy to clean with a damp cloth
—We fit the packaging to your needs. You can chose Blēo's paint-in-a-box or a traditionel bucket
—Our bucket is available in 3 L, 5 L and 10 L
—Our paint-in-box is available in 2 L and 5 L

Our hand painted samples and 80 ML paint tests are available in our MATTE finish. If you have a wish for another finish, please email us: bleo@bleocollective.com.

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1 L of our paint covers approximately:

— 9 m2, when painted in one layer
— 4,5 m2, when painted in two layers
— 3 m2, when painted in three layers 

We recommend to use primer beneath your paint, when necessary. Read our guide here on when to use primer. Otherwise, two layers of paint are enough for the main part of our colours, unless otherwise stated above, in our product description. 

Still in doubt? Write us an email at bleo@bleocollective.com and let us help you.

Atelier by Studio Stefan Scholten

Stefan Scholten is a studio designer. He takes a thinking-hand approach, developing products by drawing, building paper models and hand-mixing colours. The Atelier palette refers to existing products, materials, and tools in the studio. It is as interesting on its own as when combined with materials normally found in the interior—porcelain, textile, wood. 14 colours accent and balance to create a harmonious yet vivid environment.

Portrait of designer Stefan Scholten for Scandinavian colour and design house, Blēo.

Stefan Scholten has become one of the defining voices of Dutch design, graduating from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 1995. The Amsterdam-based designer is known for a reductionist style combined with an idiosyncratic use of colour, working with clients such as Maharam, Cappellini and 1616 / arita japan. His designs are functional and applicable, but always expressive, the result of an atelier-method-of-working. During the design process, he thinks with his hands as much as possible—sketching, modelling and mixing colours until an original and new idea or object emerges.