Rattan is a variety of palm that is frequently found in the tropical regions of Asia, Africa, and Australia. Because it was less challenging to cultivate, harvest, and transport than lumber during its first known uses, rattan quickly gained popularity.
1. RATTAN & WICKER
Rattan is the palm material that is harvested. Wicker is a style of weaving
If left in the sun, natural rattan furniture is prone to fading.
As a result, they may be utilized both indoors and outside.
Lovely flowing lines are supported by a sturdy frame. This stunning vintage rattan chaise lounge was made by hand and inspired by Franco Albini.
The Holman Chaise Lounge features lovely curves and roomy dimensions. Crafted from ArtFibre polyethylene strands and an Alu-Rattan tube frame
Made of wood and rattan, the Noelie lounger brings al fresco dining indoors. Indonesian rattan bends to make the back and seat, which is framed with durable mindi wood.
The Savannah is an updated version of the classic French rattan chair. Soft, curved forms combine with a low-profile frame to make the ideal spot for resting.
Feel instantly more at ease thanks to the Tulum Lounge Chair’s organic, seaside vibe. The curving frame, luxe cushions, and handwoven rattan construction provide enduring comfort
The Naomi Rattan Chair showcases a vintage-inspired flair that elevates any space. A high back and cozy seat cushion make this a supreme sit.