7 ways to bring the rattan trend to your living room
Whether you call it rattan, cane or webbing, this material trend is taking over our homes. Bring it to your living space with these stylish buys.
There’s a particular material you might have noticed creeping into your favourite interior shop of late – rattan (or cane) webbing is definitely having a moment!
Of course, there’s a good chance you might remember this material from when it was last in fashion, but in the contemporary home, it’s a great way to add texture to your scheme while keeping the vibe light and airy.
We’re all aboard the rattan trend bandwagon, so here’s some of favourite picks that make it easy to adopt the style into your living space.
The affordable Birgion lighting range from Dunelm is available in a table lamp, floor lamp and this easy-fit light shade. Priced from just £39, this is a great budget buy that’ll transform your space.
Rattan frame, £19.99, Zara
Image: Zara Home
This rattan photo frame works great as a subtle nod to the trend, or to tie in across a scheme with some larger pieces of cane webbing furniture.
Image: John Lewis & Partners
An accent armchair is a great way to introduce a new material into your scheme without having to change the whole space. The Cane amrchair from John Lewis & Partners is a perfect Scand-inspired piece.
Rattan makes for a great partnership with the beautiful mango wood used to make Swoon’s Raphia media unit. Your TV has never looked so stylish!
Image: H&M Home
This chic wall mounted box has storage hidden behind a rattan door. Use the top as a shelf for creating a pretty vignette in your living room.
Image: Cox & Cox
These clever plant pots may look like they’re made from cane webbing, but they’re actually made from concrete, making them durable and stopping any liquid seeping out when you water your plants.
We love the proportions of these retro webbing high cabinets from Wayfair. Create a scheme with different height levels, using these pieces alongside a more traditional sideboard.
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