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How to rock the pastel boho style interiors at home with JUNIQE.

I always get super excited when asked to curate gallery walls. These pastel beauties are all from JUNIQE, a lifestyle brand for curated and affordable wall art, fashion, home accessories and stationery.

(From top left to right) The Dragon fruit popsicle print is by Cafelab ; The Giraffe is by Paul Fuentes; Soft Shapes is bu XOXO arte.

(Bottom left to right) Graphic123 by Mareike Böhmer; Shoes 02 by Babeth Lafon and Perfect Mason by Xchange Art Studio.

boho style interiors As the title suggests, I’ve decided to show you how to rock a pastel boho style. I’m not sure whether there is such a style with pastels, but it is my style.

Here are 5 elements required to create a boho look:

1.Hand made textiles with texture.

My Moroccan style throw over my green sofa ticks the boxes for textured textiles, with its knots and tassels.

2. A little bit of gold sparkle.

The two cushions with gold prints are also from Juniqe. The Cactus Mustard cushion and polka dot cushion called Wren are both by Charlotte Winter. 3. Jewel tones.

Vibrant pinks, purples and oranges add interest for a Boho style look. These colours are in the flowers and throw.  4. Greenery.

Lots of indoor houseplants are essential for a Boho vibe. I have included only one plant, but perhaps could have added some hanging greens or small potted succulents.

5. Warm Earthy tones.

There needs to be a balance of earthy tones, often from the vintage furniture seen in a boho styled room.

The elements of earthiness here come from the brown tones in the throw and from the Rattan table. Once you have inserted all the elements of Boho style to your decor, then add something very sweet and pastel to create a sharp contrast.

These prints that I’ve selected, were perfect for creating an overall pastel boho style look. If a ‘pastel’ boho style interiors never existed before, it now does.

Do check out JUNIQE’s site. All their designs are specially curated and handpicked before being made into art prints and homeware. I have also got a special 10% voucher code at checkout for you that will be active from 12noon UK time on Monday 3rd July, just quote LittleBigBell10.

Hope you have enjoyed my new room styling. wishing you all a wonderful week ahead.

( All photography and styling are by me, Geraldine Tan, editor of Little big Bell. This is a sponsored collaboration with Juniqe, but all views and opinions are my own).

How to create a gallery wall for small spaces.

This is the landing at the top floor of our home. It is a small area surrounded by two bedrooms and a bathroom. how-to-create-a-gallery-wall-for-small-spaces I have in the past attempted to decorate this wall with a collection of prints. It didn’t work out using prints of different sizes and designs , because it made the space look smaller and cluttered.

It finally dawned on me this weekend that, to make the space feel less busy, I should take an opposite approach.

I went for simple two tone colour prints, grouped together to create the effect of an oversized art print. This completely brightened and opened up the space.

The ‘Twin Tone Play’ screenprints I used were from Lane ( The vibrant blocks of colours accentuated the decor on the sideboard. small spaces gallery wall Everything looked so happy and in harmony don’t you think? Isn’t that puffin so cute? My husband bought it for my birthday last year. The vertical blocks of colour also created a sense of height in this small space. I’ve tried to create a midcentury modern vibe with my Eames bird and colourful Holmegaard vases.

So there you go, large blocks of colours can really open and brighten up small spaces.

Do you have a similar small and forgotten space in your home, just waiting for an injection of colour and happiness?

There are twelve colours in the print collection, so do take a look at Lane for your perfect combination.

Wishing you a wonderful start to your week.

( All photography and styling are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. This is a sponsored collaboration with Lane <> . All views and opinions are my own).

cornwall-guide-book-photo-by-little-big-bell Seasonal colour predictions come and go, but as always my heart lies with pastel hues. I previously discovered Desenio, an online store that sells stylish and affordable art posters . See how I have decorated my daughter’s room with their beautiful pastel art prints.

It was an instant yes when Desenio asked me to curate another collection of prints. I decided on a pink and green palette. I chose this pink and gold foil ‘Make it pop like pink champagne‘ and mint green Petrol fern poster.

koel-magazine-little-big-bell How perfect do those prints look sitting side by side at my desk, where I spend time sipping mint tea whilst reading these new publications written by friends.

Koel magazine by Irene Hoofs is all about yarn crafting, their makers and the beautifully made pieces styled in gorgeous interior settings. The magazine is filled with amazing photography, giving crafts such as knitting, crochet, macramé and weaving an edgy and new contemporary refresh.

Cornwall by Weekend Journals is another must have book for your desk and coffee table. The photography within is beautifully shot and perfect for lovers of pastel hues. Cornwall has curated the best shops, places to stay and eat in Cornwall. I can’t wait to explore some of those recommended places during the Summer holidays. decorating-a-workspace-by-geraldine-tan-little-big-bell How do you like my new pastel art prints? I’ve selected gold frames to go with them, also available at Desenio. colourful-gallery-wall-desenio-little-big-bell Here are a few other pink and green ones that I curated from Desenio. They compliment my sage green velvet sofa and colourful cushions well don’t you think?  wall-gallery-in-pastel-colours-little-big-bell This sofa is next to my work space. The colours fill me with joy and there is a constant temptation to dive into all those cushions. desenio-prints-little-big-bell-copy-copy Here’s a list of the pastel art prints from Desenio: Pineapple gold poster, Gold Ampersand, Creme de la Creme and Green Harlequin. wall-gallery-with-pastel-colour-prints-little-big-bell They look great as a collection of four.
gallery-wall-in-pastel-colors-little-big-bell Perfect Christmas gifts for design lovers.  desenio-prints-in-pastel-little-big-bell Which one is your favourite? desenio-print-pink-zebra Last but not least, I got this Zebra print as a gift for my friend’s daughter’s bedroom. I’m loving that shadow effect in the image. pastel-coloured-workspace-little-big-bell-copy If you do want to purchase any art prints at Desenio, I have a special 25% off discount code for you which is only valid from today 29th November till 1st December. All you have to do is add geraldine25 at your checkout. Happy shopping.

( All photography and styling are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. This is a collaborative post with Desenio. All opinions are my own).

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