With the recent resurgence of bohemian style, it’s no wonder that rattan is also making a comeback. But you might be surprised to discover that rattan can look surprisingly chic. Context is everything, and mixing a rattan piece or two in with more modern elements can make all the difference between a room that looks like the revenge of the ’70s, and one that looks like you just added in a bit of natural rattan flair. If you’re ready to give it a chance, check out our modern rattan finds (no papasan chairs included).
If you’re ready to re-create the above look for yourself, you can buy a similar rattan daybed here.
This rattan headboard is a lower-commitment, less expensive way to get a similar look.
If the natural blond color of rattan doesn’t work with your decor, the black paint color on this Ikea armchair might be a better fit.
I have to admit that I’ve had a soft spot for rattan hanging chairs ever since I sat in my grandparents’ when I was a child. A few years ago I hunted one down at vintage shops, but if you’re not having any luck with that approach, this one is a great alternative.
This simple rattan arm chair looks perfect for that awkward corner in your bedroom or living room.
Surprisingly considering the source, this stylish rattan chair beats both of the above on price.
This curvy take on a rattan chair almost reads more like sleek black metal.
The woven pattern makes this rattan side table an especially cool piece.
This black rattan globe light easily fits in with sleek and modern decor.
This rattan basket would be perfect for holding cozy winter blankets and throws.
If you don’t have a spot for a hanging globe light, this rattan floor lamp is another cool option.
Not ready to go for a full rattan chair? Add just a touch with this loopy rattan mirror.
These rattan baskets are another stylish way to incorporate the trend in a small dose.
Ready to add some rattan to your decor?