When I was little, I remember a specific cane rocking chair in our home. The frame was a dark, polished wood with a woven seat and back. I hated it. I also remember the abaca weave dining chairs that were a heavy contrast to some of my friends more modern homes. Fast forward a few decades later – Mama Nan’s love of woven, natural textures never died and I finally get it. It’s kind of like adding in a green house plant – you can usually find some way that a little natural texture can improve and soften your space. And, whether your taste is more traditional, modern, or even farmhouse, little Boho nods have made a comeback in a major way. Today, as my home continues to evolve, seeking those natural woven textures to bring in – like rattan and cane – has almost become a scavenger hunt hobby.
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Natural Woven – Rattan & Cane
I started small, unintentionally, when I realized my woven basket collection had grown to an obscene level.
Woven Shades: Bali White (Cordless)
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