Rattan Resurrected: 5 Ways to Stylishly Add Rattan to your Home

Growing up in Indianapolis, Jill’s parents owned not only a Scandinavian  furniture store, but a store selling primarily wicker pieces as well! Housed in a Victorian house in the bohemian Broad Ripple neighborhood, it was two stories chock full of wicker and rattan furniture.  Jill remembers very clearly spray painting clients’ pieces in the store’s side yard… Apple Green was the #1 customer choice at the time!

Vintage Rattan Furniture Ad

As you can imagine, we are thrilled to see a resurgence of all things rattan! From the classic, iconic pieces to sleek and modern rattan, it’s easy to add this natural material into your existing decor with accessories or bolder, larger pieces. Here’s a quick round up of some favorites at steve mckenzie’s…

 

ROSSINI RATTAN CHAIR IN ANTIQUE

#1 is our favorite chair!

ROUND TRAY – NUTMEG FINISH

A fantastic serving tray, with so many uses!

SWIVEL BARSTOOL CLOVE

Bar or counter stools – ideal for the lake house or beach house.

MOD STEPS LOUNGE CHAIR – WHITE

A modern take on this natural material; a chair as comfy as it is stunning!  Also available in black.

REGENT QUEEN HEADBOARD – KIWI

Remember the 1970’s Apple Green?  Now it’s Kiwi Green! And never looked better than on this headboard by Selamat Designs.

As you can see, rattan is back in a BIG way and we’d love to help you incorporate some of this timeless style into your own home. Reach out to the team here at steve mckenzie’s and let’s chat about how all of your wicker dreams can come true!

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