Is your home in need of a redesign? Maybe you’re moving in with your S.O., or you’re decorating your first apartment and need some home design inspo. Whatever your reason, if you’re less West Elm and more Anthropologie, we’ve got you covered. There are so many discount furniture and home decor sites, it’s hard […]
Everyone’s going green these days. We’re all starting to become more environmentally conscious, which is certainly a good thing, but it can sometimes be tough to find eco-friendly products for all areas of your life. Finding eco-friendly furnishings, for example, can be a bit of a nightmare. However, rattan is actually one of the best […]
I grew up in a roomy, shingled house outside of Boston, but come summer, the five of us migrated to our screened porch. Perfumed by the garden, this small, hidden back space was furnished with a white-painted Swedish dining table and a rattan daybed, two pieces so beloved—and durable—that when my mother downsized to an […]
Transition rattan furniture from summer to fall with cozy details and an inviting autumn-inspired color scheme. This rattan chair and ottoman set is dressed to impress with chic black accents added to the weave. Matching neutrals—like a gray couch and brown rugs—provide a subtle base, while burnt orange pillows add a pop of warm color. […]
Rattan is more versatile than you might think. It gives the Reflect Rattan Credenza texture and warmth.
Dip a soft clean cloth in the suds.
Gently wipe the furniture without getting it too wet.
You may have to use a toothbrush to get in-between the weave.
Dry off with a soft cloth.
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Rattan is the outer layer of several species of slender, vine-like palm plant. Among rattan’s many uses, building furniture has always been its strongest suit. Building rattan furniture is the source of livelihood of many people in rural areas in Asian countries, such as Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Bangladesh.