Cane is a massive trend for 2020 and here's how to successfully incorporate it into your home.
Bringing natural materials into the home isn't exclusively for boho-interior lovers, cane has become a huge trend this year and has made its way into all styles of home. Here's a few ideas to inspire you.
A statement piece
Showcase your love for the cane trend by investing in one statement piece that you're proud to show off. This Emmy cane chair is a gorgeous design that would be perfect for any snug area. Make it more comfortable with a seat pad, cushion and throw.
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Cane covered lighting is a great choice for creating a moody ambience as it gives off a beautiful warm glow. Rather than using pendant lighting in the kitchen, mix it up and use in your living space instead to play with heights and dimensions. We love this woven cane light from Cox & Cox for £125.
Image: Chaplins Furniture
Think outside the box and carry your love for cane homeware out into the garden. It's an ideal material to use in the garden as it is weather resistant and easy to maintain. Because of it's boho feel, it also makes your outdoor space feel super relaxed and comfortable.
Create a Bali-inspired bedroom by opting for a rattan bed like this Reema design from Made. Cane is a beautiful material to use if you want to imitate the gorgeous interiors of a far Eastern boutique hotel. Bring colour to a neutral bedroom with bundles of plants (real of faux) housed in decorative planters.
Minimalist interior lovers are jumping on the cane trend. When it is contrasted with black it offers a sleek design that feels modern and fresh. Dunelm's collection of black and cane furniture is part of their autumn/winter 2020 range and will be launching gradually from now until the end of August.
In the kitchen
Image: Rockett St George
Soften a kitchen scheme by introducing natural textures and materials. For example, choose cane seating such as these gorgeous bar stools from Rockett St George. Because of the nature of kitchens, they can look very structured and formal. If this isn't the vibe you want for your kitchen, introducing cane pieces will make the space feel much more relaxed.
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