Beginning with the most daunting of colour applications, spreading Ink over all the walls in one particular room is a way to ensure your space feels larger and calmer. Colourists claim it’s about giving your eye less to read and the room fewer interruptions that makes it feel bigger than it actually is. The theory rings true whether the colour in question is light and bright or intense and moody. Include any furniture in your colour wash and the effect is greater still. From fitted bookshelves to a freestanding sideboard, colouring them in the same Ink tone as the walls behind helps them to melt into the background, giving the illusion of more floorspace. Knowing that the darker end of the spectrum will in fact help you to achieve everything that you think it might not, immediately helps Ink to feel approachable, open and inviting. Go one step further and involve upholstery in the Ink conversation and you’ll benefit from rich tonal layers. The same colour it might be, but Ink paint versus Ink on wool, velvet and linen reveals hidden depths. It will bind the elements of your room but also celebrate your chosen signature shade and all of its subtle differences.