The return of rattan — 4 furniture pieces your interior needs

With an uptake in sightings of Pierre Jeanneret’s famous vintage chairs (pictured above) and desire for a more natural aesthetic, comes the resurgence of the once ubiquitous rattan. The woven material made from thin jointed palm stems has long been used to make furniture, and while we dare not confuse it with its woven cousin, wicker, we are most certainly finding a place for it in our lives.

1. Mad armchair by Jader Almeida for Sollos from ECC


2. Rio table by Charlotte Perriand for Cassina from Matisse
3. Targa sofa by GamFratesi for Gebrüder Thonet Vienna
4. Basket chair by Nanna and Jørgen Ditzel for Kettal from Studio Italia


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