Rattan furniture is not only an outdoor decoration. You can combine this material with your grandmother's house, and even more now thanks to the flexibility, durability and can be put into any room.
Unlike wicker, Wicker is a weaving type, while rattan refers to the actual material itself, a flexible, fibrous plant. We have long used its flexible stem to make furniture because it is both lightweight and durable. Nowadays, not all rattan furniture uses real rattan but it does not affect your decoration needs very much.
If you have been looking for furniture that is aesthetically groundbreaking but not an image weight for your space, clouds are a great choice. Let's take a look at some of the different ways you can use rattan furniture to set up the tones in your room:
Rattan furniture in the bedroom
Like we said, cloud material is very versatile. That's why you can use it anywhere in the bedroom, from the headboard to the hit chair to the table. Here are some different ways you can combine this material in any bedroom of your home:
Curved rattan bed in tropical bedroom (Anthropologie).
If you want to add a sense of eclecticism to the bedroom, use woven Kubu rattan at the head of the bed (Image: Pier1).
Comfortable Rattan Daybed creates a cozy - but still airy - area in this bedroom (Photo: Anthropologie).
The space is more interesting with the Ria Leaning Rattan Mirror hanging racks with rattan material, making hanging clothes extremely convenient (Photo: Urban Outfitters).
The rattan bed takes you to a good night's sleep (Image: Urban Outfitters).
Rattan furniture in the living room
Create a classic and natural feeling, rattan furniture creates a highlight in many living spaces, even the living room of your family.
Not only working in a boho space, rattan furniture is also an ideal choice when you are looking for modern accents in the living room (Photo: Anthropologie).
Noelie Rattan lounge chairs with casual rattan material provide friendly seats when you invite guests (Photo: CB2).
If you're looking for a statement for your living room, look no further than natural rattan chairs (Image: Cost Plus World Market).
Rattan material is more flexible than you think, bringing incredible coziness in the living room space (Photo: CB2).
If you are looking to add seats with lightweight materials, rattan chairs are the perfect choice (Image: Anthropologie).
Rattan material in the dining room
The dining room is an interesting space to design. You want it to feel both structured and comfortable. It's a place where you can serve a sumptuous party, many elegant dishes or enjoy a cozy meal like spaghetti. Rattan materials are also used appropriately in rooms of this type.
Rattan dining chairs create texture for this area (Photo: Crate & Barrel).
Rattan chairs help you relax, have fun in the compact and mobile bar set on Kali Bar Cart (Photo: Pottery Barn).
Traditional rattan meets modern design in Haylee Mono Rattan Chair (Image: Urban Outfitters).
These Cinta wicker dining chairs create a rustic feel for an eclectic dining space (Image: Pier1).
The rattan material creates an exquisite dining space (Photo: Urban Outfitters).
What do you think of rattan furniture? Will you add it to your home? If so, which room will you choose? Be creative to have beautiful rattan furniture in your home offline!