5 ways to bring rattan furniture into your home

5 ways to bring rattan furniture into your home

  1. GO LARGE WITH YOUR PENDANT LIGHTS

Rattan is so versatile – it can be used for furniture, mirrors, chairs, bedheads and lampshades just to name a few. It can look stunning when used together in various shapes and forms but if you want to start with one statement piece, opt for a stunning lampshade. You can embrace the tones of rattan by using it in the scheme too – textured wallpaper, a tan leather sofa and a jute rug or go for more of a coastal feel with crisp whites and plants.

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  1. ADD TEXTURE AND WARMTH TO YOUR BEDROOM

A rattan headboard provides a natural textured backdrop that ticks a few on-trend boxes, Or go for some rattan side tables like our Rema side table to add warmth visually while also keeping the look clean and modern. Tie in another piece like a chair or small pendant light and you have the perfect trio of rattan weaves.

  1. ITS ABOUT BALANCE

Rattan has been around for hundreds of years, so it’s safe to say it’s timeless but should be balanced with other tones, textures and materials. Avoid matching furniture sets for one-off statement pieces and contrast with warm toned accessories, The best way to tackle this is to use the ‘less is more’ approach and choose a piece like this natural and stylish sideboard that has a rattan element – without being too obvious.

  1. IT GOES WITH EVERYTHING

It really can go with pretty much everything which makes it a good investment as it’s so versatile. Whatever your colour scheme or if you change your style with the seasons, rattan will blend in and give the space an organic and rustic element.

 

5.YOU CAN MIX AND MATCH DESIGNS

The beauty of rattan is that you can mix and match different styles together to create a really interesting scheme. From natural rattan, to black only, or a combination of black and natural together. It adds texture and decoration to the extreme and is ideal if you want a completely rustic feel. 

Rattan can be used indoors and out, mixing vintage pieces with new to create your own unique style in your home

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