In recent years we’ve seen a resurgence of cane furniture and accessories. And this year, the woven trend is available in cool new hues to suit any mood.
Painted cane is a great way to create playful moments and bring added texture to your home. These piece sit together in colourful unity, or they can add impact as stand-alone piece.
This trend was first made popular in the 1970s and has been enjoying a revival for the past few years. Fast-forward to 2020 and there’s been a big injection of colour, from tropical blues and limey greens to chalky pinks and cherry reds.
Nor is it just about that 1970s staple, the peacock chair. Painted cane desks, dining chairs… even drinks trolleys can be woven from colourful rattan and bamboo.
This classic wicker chair has been handwoven in Eastern Europe and dyed in a handsome pink hue. A classic of both indoor and outdoor seating, the chair evokes the elegants simplicity of some of the 20th century’s most famous homes.
This ceramic table has been individually hand woven to create a totally new approach of woven cane. The pastel green is perfect for mixing with a patterned or plain style shade, such as the scalloped raffia shade with black trim, £162 (shown). The lamp base come in four bubble-gum colours shades, making it difficult to choose one.
What better way to service the unpredictable flow of friends and family than with a chic bar cart that rolls from room to room with elegant castors. The design is a true conversation piece, especially in the playful watermelon colour-way yet also offers functionality for all your entertainment needs.
Danish brand Madam Stoltz are known for their bohemian take on Scandinavian design, using rich colours, materials and textures to create their signature range. This statement mirror offers will offer a quick refresh to any room.
This beautiful desk has been handcrafted at Soane’s Leicestershire rattan workshop, as part of the Gregory Collection. This desk is an investment piece and with heirloom potential due to it’s timeless appeal.
Inspired by the warmth of Burmese beaches, this orange serving tray will bring the sun to your home. Load it up with fresh fruit and cocktails, and you’re instantly somewhere tropical. The round shape is practical and pretty, and the handles are good and strong.