The Return of Rattan Cane

The Return of Rattan Cane

Whether on the catwalks at fashion week or in interior design, we can’t help noting a resurgence in the trend for weaving, lacework and other openwork effects. In our interiors it’s caning, which was very fashionable in the reign of XV and is making a big comeback. We really like the textured effect of the artisanal technique of woven rattan which brings lightness, comfort and elegance to furniture. But there’s more than one way to include caning in our decoration. A period effect can be achieved, as with the little Versailles created by Laurent Billiet and Torben. Or you can put a spin on classic cane chairs with a wooden frame by placing them in a more modern décor, as in Mary Erlingsen‘s home. With the current Bauhaus trend, we also see a return to the Cesca chairs by Marcel Brauer and their effective and irresistible lines, as seen in Eva Garcia‘s home in Barcelona. However, our absolute favourite is the headboard with built-in bedside table, designed for our capsule collection with La Redoute. The detail of the caning brings elegant, refined detail to the structure which makes it stand out and creates an absolutely charming retro feel.

Vue salle à manger Chaises Cannage Mary Erlingsen
The Return of Rattan Cane
The Return of Rattan Cane
The Return of Rattan Cane
The Return of Rattan Cane
bureau immeuble ancien chaise marcel breuer cannage Eva Garcia Barcelone
Chaise longue méridienne cannage chambre parents Fanny Millet
The Return of Rattan Cane
The Return of Rattan Cane
Salle à manger chaises en cannage Odin et Archibald

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