home: favourite thing [ cane chair ]

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.

£339

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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 ]

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.

Top row

Bar stool, Dunelm £99 / Chair, Passionate About Design £327 / Ceiling light, Made £79

Middle row

Ceiling light, Beautiful Halo £84.97 / Rug, The Rug Seller from £599 / Sofa, Lene Bjere £489

Lower row

Chair, MadeInDesign £239.20 / Wardrobe, Maison Du Monde £295.10 / Cabinet, Oliver Bonas £375

home: made [ cane lampshade ]

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 ]

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 ]

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.

abeautifulmess.com

home: found this [ rattan chair ]

home: found this [ rattan chair ]

It’s no hidden fact that we both love chairs as well as having a slight obsession with rattan and woven examples.

This gorgeous rattan cane armchair from frenchconnection.com is a statement piece that will keep giving for many years to come.

The resurgence of rattan furniture is great, but for some it never really went away and for this reason it is the right decision to invest in a piece that you will love forever.

[ £395 ]

home: made [ Ikea cabinet hack ]

home: made [ Ikea cabinet hack ]

We love a good hack, and this one from hunker.com is a goodie.

Turn an Ivar cabinet from Ikea into a really modern woven fronted alternative. By simply cutting a panel out of the doors and attaching some cane webbing you can make a huge transformation.

Head to hunker.com for the tutorial

home: featured [ Urban Outfitters ]

home: featured [ urban outfitters ]

As usual we could head to Urban Outfitters and happily kit out our entire interiors with their mix of boho, traveller and vintage style pieces of homeware and furniture. They are so good and textiles and soft furnishings, and their furniture collection is unique and full of investment pieces.

This new Ria range is 70s inspired, on trend and in our current material of the moment – rattan.

Currently available on pre order.

Prices from £89 for a stool; and the range includes a bed and chest of drawers.

home: favourite thing [ rattan pouffe ]

home: favourite thing [ rattan pouffe ]

You may have been searching eBay for a very sought after piece of homeware – the 1970s Franco Albini (or in the style of) vintage lobster pot rattan stools. The search is over as Maison Du Monde have a brilliant version in the current furniture range.

Their ADEM wicker pouffe is the perfect design, on trend and a perfect addition to a lounge, bedroom or outdoor living area. The midcentury style sits well in so many interiors and rattan is definitely the material-of-the-moment !

£108

(left) Maison Du Monde

(right) original vintage Franco Albini

home: featured [ rattan at Habitat ]

home: featured [ rattan at Habitat ]

Rattan, popular on and off throughout the last century, especially from the 1950s to 1980s in various styles and forms, is back in fashion and across the high street.

Habitat, known for its midcentury styling and strong designs from the key rattan era, is definitely the go to place for rattan and other materials that have a similar look – wicker, cane, bamboo, and other woods. Beds, shelving, chairs and more all embracing the current new trend.

So why is rattan different to other materials that look so similar? Rattan is a specific material, hence rattan furniture is crafted out of rattan only, but wicker furniture may be crafted out of different materials such as bamboo, straw and even rattan. Recently, synthetic materials are also being used for manufacturing wicker furniture.

It sits perfectly within either a clean minimal interior or equally amongst an eclectic bohemian styled room. It worked in the 1970s and still works now. Avoid mixing with chintzy florals – not to end up looking to 1980s.