I grew up in the South and remember seeing churchgoers dressed head to toe in yellow and green, with matching shirts, ties and hats. They were never afraid to be declarative with the clothes they wore. Something as simple as color can provoke a profound reaction in people—I’ve always tried to channel that in my approach to fashion, and now also in interiors. What I love about Carte Blanche—the range of paints and wallpaper patterns I recently designed for Farrow & Ball—is that I can provide tools for people to express themselves with color. If you’d like to experiment with color at home, there are some easy ways to get started. Take it one room This story is from Kinfolk Issue Fifty Buy Now Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 43 Out of the Blue The secret language of colorways. Arts & Culture Issue 29 Malene Bach The Danish artist discusses how to use color intelligently at home. Arts & Culture Issue 51 Emily Gernild The Danish painter breathing new life into an old medium. Arts & Culture Food Issue 51 Imogen Kwok The artist takes food styling quite literally, creating accessories out of fruits and vegetables. Arts & Culture Design Issue 51 How to Make a Chair And do it on a tiny budget. Arts & Culture Issue 51 Odd Jobs The comedian with strong opinions about your home décor.