This isn’t very different from Step Eight, but here is where you can show your own individual quirk the most and basically anything goes.
It can be as little as odd doorknobs on a cupboard, framing your kids’ artwork or painting a pebble for a doorstop (get the kids to do it if you can stand the mess, but check that you aren’t taking stones or pebbles that you shouldn’t, i.e. ones that form a sea wall or environmental protection!) The actor Drew Barrymore, who is a well-known advocate of the bohemian attitude once said “I never regret anything. Because every little detail of your life is what made you into who you are in the end.” Changing the smallest detail can make a big visual and strong statement.
Lastly, and most importantly of all, enjoy yourself and don’t feel the need to conform. Throw your neat-freak to the wind, let it land, leave it there and ignore the compulsion to straighten it! It’s liberating. After all, the very definition of ‘bohemian’ means to live in an informal way, ignoring the usually accepted ways of behaving.