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33 coolest rattan and wicker furniture pieces


If there’s one design trend that’s dominating homes — and Instagram feeds — across the world right now, it’s rattan. From daybeds and headboards to pendant lights, tables galore, outdoor seating and yes, even peacock chairs, rattan is an old-school material that has had a huge resurgence in popularity over the past few years. And this news is, unsurprisingly, music to interior designers’ ears.

“Rattan is all the rage because more folks are interested in inviting nature into their homes, yearning for that human/nature connection in this technological age,” says Justina Blakeney, founder of Jungalow and

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Inside Designers on How to Make Cheap Household furniture Seem Far better

  • Insider spoke with interior designers about spending plan-welcoming hacks for upgrading low-cost home furniture. 
  • Introducing clean paint, new upholstery, or upgraded hardware are some of the easiest methods.
  • For a extra resourceful venture, you can include curiosity to bed room home furniture by building a Diy headboard.
  • Pay a visit to Insider’s homepage for extra tales.

Insider asked inside designers to share their beloved ways to make cheap pieces appear more highly-priced. 

Here is what they claimed:

Spruce up a affordable couch by changing the legs

dog sitting on a couch in a decorated living room complete with artwork, a rug, and plants

Attempting a new leg type can revamp the whole sofa.

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Brijé Alexandra,

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Interior Designers on the Most Iconic Home furniture of All Time

Noguchi’s lanterns are likely my favorite objects to use in just about every venture. Produced with common Japanese craft procedures, the lanterns are designed of a wire composition and a rice-paper envelope, which presents them a stunning glow of light. Even though they have been made use of so quite a few situations, they continue to handle to continue to keep their iconicity. Perhaps it is their modesty, reduced price, uniformity, and simplicity that tends to make it easy for a designer to integrate them into practically every single challenge. —Noam Dvir and Daniel Rauchwerger, BoND

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