Rattan cane furniture is to crush on...
Rattan was quite fashionable in the mid-century. Designers, such as Arne Jacobson, Charlotte Perriand, and Franco Albini worked with rattan and now it gets back in trend. Rattan is the Southeast Asian fiber known for both its durability and flexibility.
It seems like the whole world is suddenly obsessed with cane again, but this time, this go to material from the '70s is back in more modern, unexpected way. Cane furniture is definitely back on trend, from chairs, tables and chest to decor accents like planters and even tissue box covers. Whether you want to outfit your entire home in cane, or your just want a subtle accent or two, these are some of the most stylish pieces you'll find right now.
Handmade and oh so beautiful I am utterly obsessed with the Sungkai Woven Cane Wooden Wardrobe!Made from sungkai wood and webbing with brass handles and hinges this beautiful retro style wardrobe is a unique wardrobe that will elevate your interior style in your bedrooms and dressing rooms. With plenty of storage space, the Sungkai Woven Cane Wooden Wardrobe features on one side a rail for hanging your clothes and on the other side four compartments / shelves for folded clothes, shoes and accessories!A lovely Malaysian style furniture piece, we particularly love the Sungkai Woven Can Wooden Wardrobe because it of its unique versatility. Perfect for most décor styles the Sungkai Woven Cane Wooden Wardrobe will soften industrial interiors, add glorious texture to earthy styles and a trendy twist to boho interiors!A gorgeous wardrobe for you home, you will love the timeless Sungkai Woven Cane Wooden Wardrobe for years to come.
Down to the last detail. This chunky rib turtleneck is full of them, from paneled ribbing on the back to slit detailing at the neck. Plus, an easy, oversized fit makes it perfect for lounging.
When you look at pictures of mid-century interiors you will recognize some objects such as plant containers, rattan baskets, and other decorative works. They fitted perfectly in the homes. Now rattan will still give you this mid-century feeling, with an exotic touch. Rattan fits almost any interior style.