How to adopt rattan at home?

How to adopt rattan at home?

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Back in force in recent years, rattan is in all interiors. We no longer find it solely in flea markets but we can now find it in all decoration stores. With such success, rattan is available in all forms: from seating to garden furniture to lighting and small decorative items. How to adopt rattan at home? Follow the guide with our advice piece by piece.

In the living room

With the return in vogue of handmade, it is not surprising that rattan is a privileged natural material. We invite it into our interiors to bring a little authenticity and warmth. In the living room, the armchair and the chair are the most sought-after rattan pieces. And for good reason, the seats have a central role in this room conducive to conviviality. Because this is where we laze and relax! For the shape, it all depends on your style. Choose a rocking chair for a retro or Scandinavian-style living room. In the suspended version, the rattan chair becomes exotic. Lovers of bohemian decoration can, of course, fall for the famous Emmanuelle armchair which alone gives character to a room. Add a few woven rattan storage baskets and colorful rugs for an even more tropical decor! Finally, rattan can also twist a contemporary living room with a seat with clean lines. The trick for a more modern look? Opt for mixtures of materials: a rattan seat but a metal base for example.

© Zoco Home

In the kitchen

Even in the kitchen, you can dare rattan! Especially if you like retro furniture. Because what could be better than furniture designed using the technique of caning to give a vintage look to the kitchen? If you like to hunt around and tinker, this is an opportunity to find an old piece of canning furniture and retype it. However, caning is not the only way to introduce rattan into the kitchen. You can also choose to highlight the rattan thanks to the lighting! Hang light fixtures above the bar or dining table. For a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, consider varying the sizes and heights of the suspensions. Conversely, for a more refined result, be sure to align the suspensions.

© La Redoute Interiors

In the bedroom

If you like rattan, you can let yourself go in the bedroom! Around the bed to start with, you can for example choose a decorative rattan panel as a headboard or even bedside tables. And why not both ! Enough to reign an exotic scent in a room that must be cozy and intimate. Do you prefer to adopt rattan in small touches? Use a chair for an office area or an armchair near your dressing room. And complete with a few woven rattan storage baskets. And for the nursery, retro moms can also fall for a rattan cradle!

© HK Living

In the bathroom

Because the mirror is the essential accessory in the bathroom - and of the whole house for that matter - it is the ideal opportunity to adopt rattan. And that's good, sun mirrors and flower mirrors are more trendy than ever to the delight of lovers of retro style. But never mind, the rattan mirror is not exclusively confined to this decorative style. And it is even found in ultra modern interiors and industrial looks as this inspiration proves. In any case, you don't need to do too much to adopt rattan in your bathroom. One or two mirrors are enough to bring a little lightness to the room.

© Sika Design France


In the garden, the reputation of rattan is well established. We choose it for its robustness and durability and it is easily found in garden furniture. With a few colorful cushions for the comfort touch, the rattan garden furniture gives a sunburn to all exteriors. The good news ? There are also small benches or miniature outdoor furniture for those who do not have much space. Whether you have a garden, a terrace, a patio or a balcony, rattan is the ideal natural material for your outdoor decoration. Also think of planters, tealight holders or lanterns to hang from trees for a romantic atmosphere…