home: found this [ storage box ]
Our favourite material – cane, is still popular as ever across the high street. Dunelm currently have this great French Cane Wooden Storage Box, in a beautiful wood and cane mix. Perfect for magazines, books, toys even toilet rolls – this elegant way to store items around the home, would look great in any room to tidy away things out of sight.
home: made [ mini makes ]
Scrolling the internet and Pinterest we came across a great article from countryliving.com with some really simple mini makes for the home.
Scroll different projects including printed napkins, rope baskets & cane detail shelves.
home: found this [ planters ]
We’ve spotted these gorgeous black & cane planters from French Connection and think they are fab.
Mixing a modern design with traditional cane detailing, these planters are available in two sizes.
Perfect for bringing height and interest to a a corner of a living room or bedroom.
[ £55 & £70 ]
home: favourite thing [ cabinet ]
This cane fronted cabinet from Graham & Green is just gorgeous.
This seventies inspired teak piece has four drawers and three large compartments to store all your things.
Ideal for a kitchen or bedroom, this unit is would make a practical yet stylish statement piece.
[ £895 ]
home: nice price [ lampshade ]
If you are looking for a simple but attractive lampshade you can’t go wrong with this lovely example from made.com.
This natural cane lampshade with black piping will work in many different style rooms and is a great price at £49.
home: favourite thing [ cane chair ]
We love cane, and this beautiful chair, available from Cissywears, is no exception.
A great feature chair for any room. A lovely investment piece of furniture.
This stunning cane chair is an absolutely wonderful addition to your home. A stunning centrepiece to any room, it’s sturdy frame can take up to 100kg. 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 ways. Cane furniture is definitely back on trend, from chairs, tables, and chests to decor accents like planters and even tissue box covers. Whether you want to outfit your entire home in cane, or you just want a subtle accent or two, this is the most stylish cane chair you’ll find right now. Cane is also highly renewable because the rattan plant from which it’s made is very fast growing and can, therefore, be produced sustainably.
home: trend [ bamboo + cane ]
Continuing from 2019, here are beautiful materials that are still strongly evident in all aspects of homeware and furniture.
Bamboo, cane, wicker, rattan are all across interiors stores with modern silhouettes and varying styles to suit all rooms.
Not just suited for outdoors or conservatories these materials can blend into many styles and trends. Tie together with a room featuring tan and mustard colour tones, mango woods and florals or use as a light highlight in a room of dark jewel tones. Throw a faux sheepskin over a chair, and add a cushion for a look suited to the colder months and then swap for light weight bohemian fabric throw in the summer.
Bar stool, Dunelm £99 / Chair, Passionate About Design £327 / Ceiling light, Made £79
Ceiling light, Beautiful Halo £84.97 / Rug, The Rug Seller from £599 / Sofa, Lene Bjere £489
Chair, MadeInDesign £239.20 / Wardrobe, Maison Du Monde £295.10 / Cabinet, Oliver Bonas £375
home: made [ cane lampshade ]
Transform a old lampshade with this super easy tutorial from hunker.com.
Cane has become a popular choice in the home and is seen everywhere. This material is so versatile and can be added to existing furniture to give a boho vibe in minutes.
Head to hunker.com for all the details and start crating
home: found this [ cabinet ]
This gorgeous wooden cabinet from Graham & Green is the perfect statement piece for any room.
Made from mango wood with a cane webbed front, this Seventies inspired cabinet features two shelves and a drawer.
Available now from grahamandgreen.co.uk
[ £995 ]
home: made [ cane candle holder ]
This lovely little project is perfect for this time of year and is on trend with the current 70s resurgence.
Abeautifulmess.com takes you through the steps to create these candle holders using glass hurricane holders and caning rolls.
These candle holders are great to make in different sizes and place in large groups. You can also take them outside for candle lit evenings.