Rattan Decor: The Trend We’re Raving About
Feb 9, 2021
Blissfully bohemian, rattan decor is all the rage at the moment. Rattan can be used both inside and out to bring a laidback feel to any space and we can’t get enough of it. Whether you want to go all out with this material, or just add a few new pieces, here’s the lowdown on how to ramp-up the rattan in the home…
Out of the Ordinary Furniture
A fantastic part of the rattan decor trend is using it in unusual places with headboards, benches and storage all getting the bohemian treatment. The rattan chair has become a trend in its own right in recent years and we’ve seen these cozy additions popping up in reading nooks, living rooms and peaceful areas of gardens too.
Take it Outside
Rattan is one of the most classic and sought after garden furniture materials therefore it’s one of the easiest ways to add this look to your home. From pretty patio sets to full dining set ups, outdoor rattan furniture will never go out of style. For the full bohemian glam look opt for natural rattan ranges, or for more modern looks seek out gray, brown or black varieties that give this material a more contemporary edge. Real rattan furniture in the garden will take some care and it shouldn’t be left out in the elements. But if you’re looking for a more all-weather range, don’t panic, there’s plenty of chic faux rattan ranges around too.
A Little Accent
If you’re not sure on fully ramping up the rattan in your home, there are so many little swaps that can be made instead which will still bring the trend’s charming boho vibe to any space. Occasional chairs for living rooms or conservatories are practical as extra seating space as well as stylish and side tables are an even subtler furniture pieces that look fabulous in rattan.
The Finishing Touches
Rattan home accessories are the easiest way to add this look to your home and they can be moved around your interior or replaced once you want to change up your interior look further down the line. From rattan lighting, to storage baskets and plant pots, these little rattan marvels are sometimes all you need to make a big impact.