home: favourite thing [ console ]
We are still in love with all things rattan and rattan style. There’s a steady stream of new homeware and furniture coming to stores so the trend is definitely still strong.
This rattan and oak console table from La Redoute is a beautiful piece of furniture, great extra storage and perfect for a narrow area where a surface is needed.
home: featured [ Graham & Green ]
A favourite of ours, Graham & Green is the perfect site to check out to get inspiration and ideas for your home.
From industrial to quirky, classic to mid century, there is something for everyone. Graham & Green is currently all about rattan and woven items and we love it.
With a vast sellection of lighting, furniture, soft furnishings & accessories you will love scrolling through their website. You can also visit their stores in London & Bath.
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: nice price [ chair ]
This week we came across this cool woven chair from Ikea, and we think it’s a great price. At only £90 this rattan armchair would look great in a bedroom or additional chair in a living room.
Because it’s light weight it’s easy to move around, so why not use it outdoors during the day.
Available now at ikea.com
home: found this [ Ikea ]
Keep your eyes peeled for a fab new range at Ikea this season. It’s called Tankvard and is a celebration of craftsmanship with glassware, textiles and furniture.
There is limited information about prices right now but looking at press images it’s a collection to get excited about. Lots of rattan and woven furniture alongside ink dyed bedding and cushions.
‘Tactility is central to TÄNKVÄRD. IKEA calls it ‘material-ism’ – a celebration of nature’s finest materials through sustainable style that ages well. Textiles you want close to your skin‘
The new collection mixes Japanese influences and design with Scandi style. A gorgeous range you will surely want to get you hands on.
home: trend [ woven furniture ]
This last year has seen a massive resergence in 70s inspired rattan furniture. A boho feel, with a relaxed vibe was seen everywhere, and is still very much a popular choice.
This year we are seeing a lot more woven furniture incorporating Japanese influences. The pale wood tones are being mixed with black for a more striking look. This can be seen on cabinets and screens, again with Japanese influences.
The fine weave we are seeing creates a lovely pattern and texture on table tops and door fronts, perfect for a statement piece. Don’t go overboard with this, as the more stripped back the better. Let the furniture do the talking, so just invest in one or two items to tie into your space.
Clockwise from top left
Coffee table / hm.com [ £99.99 ]
Screen / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £400 ]
Wardrobe / made.com [ £699 ]
Dining chair / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £265 ]
Table lamp / dunelm.co.uk [ £42 ]
Bed / frenchbedroomcompany.co.uk [ £1095 ]
Cabinet / laredoute.co.uk [ £655 ]
home: favourite thing [ rattan shelf ]
Continuing our love for rattan and it remaining firmly on the current 2019 trend radar – we found this great small wall shelving unit from Madam Stoltz (available from Trouva and other online stores)
£72 with free UK delivery