Rattan furniture and homeware that nails 2020’s natural interiors trend

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Rattan furniture is the way to go if you want an effortlessly chic, bohemian look for your home. To make it even easier, here are 18 home accessories and furniture pieces to buy now.

Rattan furniture is where it’s at. For a while now we’ve seen natural textures like bamboo and rattan in bleached neutral tones making their way from the Instagram feeds of travel bloggers in Marrakesh, Bali and Tulum to decor trend reports in the UK – and we like it.

Look at the hashtag #rattanfurniture (which currently has 133k posts on Instagram) or take a scroll through some of our favourite homeware brands and you’ll see that natural furnishings are big news, evoking a bright and beachy feel.

From ornate bamboo headboards to rattan storage solutions, add a bit of sunshine into your home with these effortlessly cool interior pieces. Mix with big, lush green plants and different shades of terracotta and burnt orange accenting accessories to complete the look. 

  • Lucinda shade

    Rattan lampshade
    Rattan furniture: lampshade

    This eye-catching pattern is so striking it will make a statement in any room. 

    Simply attach to your ceiling light and try adding other rattan accessories around the room. 

    Shop Lucinda shade at Habitat, £90

  • Rattan tray

    Rattan furniture
    Rattan furniture: tray

    Fancy a touch of the rattan trend, without committing to a piece of full-on furniture? 

    This paired-back rattan tray can be placed on a table as a centre piece or used practically. 

    Shop rattan tray at H&M Home, £24.99

  • Petra rattan side table

    Rattan side table
    Rattan furniture: side table

    This cute side table is worth its weight in gold because of its versatility. 

    It’s easy to move and can be popped just about anywhere, next to a bed, sofa or brought out when you need a surface to work on. 

    Shop Petra rattan side table at Urban Outfitters, £149

  • Rattan and mango wood globe

    Rattan furniture: globe

    Globes make for a great accessorising tool and we particularly like this one because of its unusual rattan twist. 

    Position on top of a dresser, decorative coffee table or even to style your bookshelf

    Shop rattan and mango wood globe at Maisons Du Monde, £66

  • Rainbow shelf

    Rattan furniture: shelf

    This gorgeous shelf is inspired by bamboo furniture from childhood and features a cute rainbow shape.

    Perfect for keeping your beauty products, lotions and potions, we’d put this in our bedroom or bathroom.

    Shop rainbow shelf at OYOY, £80 

  • Bali leaf coat stand

    Rattan furniture: coat stand

    We’re starting on a high with this unique coat stand made from natural rattan weaving and lightly-stained sustainable bamboo wood.

    We love that it feels both vintage and bohemian – so much so, we don’t think we could bear to hang any coats from it!               
    Shop Bali leaf coat stand at Oliver Bonas, £125

  • Penny rattan placemat

    Rattan furniture: rattan placemat

    This flower-inspired design will look pretty as a picture on your kitchen table. 

    We love the natural look, but this placemat also comes in shades of deep red and moss green, too. 

    Shop Penny rattan placement at Anthropologie, £26

  • Nanny rocking chair

    Rattan furniture: rocking chair

    You’d be forgiven for thinking rocking chairs had to be frilly, fussy, old fashioned things, but Att Pynta has proved that this piece of furniture can, in fact, be chic.

    Shop Nanny rocking chair at Att Pynta, £895

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Megan Murray

Megan Murray is a senior digital writer for stylist.co.uk, who enjoys writing about homeware (particularly candles), travel, food trends, restaurants and all the wonderful things London has to offer.

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