Only Natural

The resurgence of rattan, cane and other woven materials in home fashion weaves a bit of the natural world into our surroundings. Check out some of the newest arrivals that bring earthy texture and organic appeal to complement any design aesthetic.

Stylish Storage & Display

Left: “Carla,” a six-drawer chest from World’s Away, showcases natural-handwoven caning on a rich, cerused oak canvas. Whether placed in a coastal retreat or downtown loft, Carla complements any design motif with casual elegance. Top Right: Clean lines and graceful curves make the contemporary “Stockholm Media Console” from Selamat a standout. Featuring cane weave panels in a black or white frame and ample storage, it’s both beautiful and functional. Bottom Right: The “Isla Bookcase” with hutch from Made Goods injects peeled rattan with modern elegance. Tightly wrapped material around a lean frame creates a thin profile, while graceful proportions and a mix of textures tames rattan’s natural rusticity. It’s a sleek addition to the library, office or any room in need of sophisticated storage.

Artful Lighting

Left: Classic Midcentury forms get an organic update with natural materials on the “Midori Pendant” from Arteriors. The silhouette is shaped from concentric lines of tightly wrapped natural rattan that houses a single glass globe. Top Right: Both relaxed and refined, the “Delano Pendant” from Hudson Valley Lighting Group features a sturdy, subtly etched vintage goldleaf rod that holds a warm honey rattan shade. The opal glass globe fills the shade with a soft glow that also emanates throughout this hand-woven pendant. Bottom Right: Natural rattan flows artfully around a spiral wrought iron frame on Currey & Co.’s “Saisei Grande Chandelier.” The shape takes design inspiration from the slow rotation of the planets in the solar system.

Go Anywhere Accents

Left: The wrought iron and wood frame of the “Limay Accent Table” from Currey & Co. is wrapped in natural abaca rope and topped with clear glass to keep the top free from stains. Top Right: Crafted from woven cane and brass, the stylish “Colette Cane Magazine Rack” from Aerin was inspired by bamboo and raffia designs from the 1970s. The combination of natural texture and the warmth of brass elevates this piece and provides an effortless solution for organizing magazines. Bottom Right: Move the party from room to room with Wildwood’s “Vieux Carre Bar Cart.” Featuring natural woven cane with bronze corner brackets, its two glass shelves hold bottles, glassware, your favorite decorative accents and more. Casters allow you to transport snacks with ease.

Natural Reflection

Left: Elk Home’s “Baarlo Mirror” has an oval glass framed in natural rattan fiber — an ideal way to bring curvilinear dimension to a room. Top Right: From Selamat’s Crossroads Collection, the “Sol Mirror” is made of water hyacinth woven around a metal frame. Its round shape is reminiscent of the sun. Bottom Right: The “Tia Wall Mirror” from Palecek is composed of natural rattan hand-wrapped over a wood frame.

Sweet Slumber

Left: The perfect centerpiece for a well-styled nursery, the “Bar Island Convertible Crib” is Serena & Lily’s nod to island living with handwoven caning, a salt-washed finish and refined accents that tie it all together. Right: Because the scale of the coordinating “Bar Island Chest” is just right, it can go anywhere — between two beds in a guestroom, in the entryway as a console or even as a changing table in the nursery. (The matching topper is sold separately.)