INTERIORS | BOHO
Ways to rock a boho vibe at home Stylist and interiors free-spirit Fifi O’Neill travelled the world in search of the best boho looks for her new book. Gabrielle Fagan takes a look. If you love breaking the decor rules and flying free with your style, then ‘boho’ is surely the way to go. There’s no bigger fan of this creative, expressive approach than glamorous international stylist, Fifi O’Neill. The author and decor expert lives the look in her own homes - and has travelled the world seeking out the best examples of boho interiors for her new book, Global Bohemian: How To Satisfy Your Wanderlust At Home. It’s packed with ideas and tips, and a brilliant starting point for anyone curious about going boho. O’Neill is clearly delighted that this layered, vibrant and organic style, long associated with artists, musicians and writers, is now making an impact on the more mainstream decor scene. “If you revel in freedom from conventions and rules, love a space that reflects individuality and spontaneity and have a fondness for a fusion of global goods, bohemian style is pure catnip!” she enthuses. The
promises, is that you can tailor it exactly to your taste and embrace variety. Whether exuberant or subtle, eclectic or sophisticated, bohemian style welcomes a free-thinking approach to decorating.
LEFT Get In The Spirit Fifi O’Neill, author of Global Bohemian: How To Satisfy Your Wanderlust At Home, features the guest cottage next to her home in her book which she has furnished Boho style. It has a vacation feel with white painted walls and pared back decor
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