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Rachel Tan, founder of Urban Li'l.

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A personalised wooden plaque for the home.

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Pink pussy willow wreath adds colour to the home.

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Plywood floral toppers and a pineapple acrylic plaque for that festive touch.

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A table set up with red packets and standing ornament from Urban Li'l.

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A year of the rat hanging ornament.

A Minimalist Touch

Entrepreneur Rachel Tan picks a subtle look for her home for Chinese New Year.
Jan 24, 2020 5:50 AM

YOU WON’T FIND a profusion of kumquat trees or bright red scrolls decorating Rachel Tan’s Bukit Timah home for Chinese New Year. Not for the entrepreneur whose design studio Urban Li’l retails its own festive decorations which are designed in-house using laser-cutting and printing techniques.