In case you missed it, rattan, bamboo, and wicker generally is enjoying a revival and we have four new pieces to bring this boho trend into autumn.
As with fashion, interiors has been having a 70s moment with vintage style patterns, retro silhouettes as well as rattan furniture being interpreted for modern collections. Not only that, but greenery and natural materials have become must-haves in the home with people placing importance on their own wellbeing and the environment.
Wicker furniture is normally associated with summer and alfresco dining, but its organic texture also gives it autumnal appeal when nature is at its best. It’s practical too – lightweight and durable – in fact making it a great all year round option.
Our Boho chair, as featured in House & Garden, now comes in stylish black bamboo with a luxurious black velvet cushion. It’s the perfect way to transition your interiors from summer to the cooler months, and it’s proving as popular as the original design (which sits in the Editor of House & Garden’s office!)
You can also snuggle up in Mia’s Chair which has a Nordic feel. We suggest styling it with a sheepskin rug, or one of our super soft throws or plump cushions for a cosy corner. Keep an eye for a selection of autumn and winter throws coming in September!
Our Tropics Dining Chair is handcrafted from sustainable rattan from Indonesian forests by highly skilled craftsmen. It was important to us that the manufacturer is committed to environmental and social accountability, and we think it’s a classic piece. With its tropical look, you can transport yourself to sunnier climes and get that global artisan look without leaving your living room.
For a pop of colour, our Woven Bistro Chair comes in navy blue, aqua, black and grey and can occasionally be used outdoors if you’re looking for versatility – great around a kitchen table, and super practical too!
And for something a bit more modern, our Rattan Bar Stool in black or natural sits on industrial style metal legs. It suits a number of styles – rustic, coastal, eclectic – and will bring softness and texture to a modern kitchen for a more contemporary look.
We’d love to know which is your favourite?