Even large business jets can benefit from design techniques that add to the passengers feeling of spaciousness… in smaller jets such techniques are essential. Large patterns, heavy textures and an excessive variety of fabrics clutter and ‘shrink’ an interior. Some geometric patterns can cause 'eye chatter' when turbulence is encountered.
A more monochromatic cabin creates the perception of increased size. Materials located at and above the seated passenger’s eye-level should be very light in color to provide a sense of expansiveness.
Avia introduced wainscotted quarter bulkheads to divide the main cabin by function... it may seem counterlogical, however they do make the interior feel larger because of the creation of multiple spaces.