Rattan furniture is having a serious revival, don’t you think? Everywhere I look, I’m seeing peacock chairs and bedheads, brought bang up to date with the latest paint colours. I also love old school, untreated rattan paired with wonderful contrasting textiles on cushions and linen.
The patterns in pieces like this screen also work well with the trend for geometrics. If you have the patience and a creative streak, you can pick up some secondhand gems at op shops or on eBay and give them a new lease of life by painting them yourself.
If, like me, you’re a bit useless like that, you can buy it in just about every colour under the sun. All of the furniture pictured is by Lincoln Brooks, used by many of the country’s top interior designers but also available to retail customers through stores like EcoChic and Naturally Cane. It’s lightweight, affordable, eco-friendly, made from natural materials and can work both indoor and out. Plus, it’s easily given a new look with new upholstery should you move house or change your colour scheme, for example. So versatile!
Lincoln Brooks furniture will appear in Sibella Court’s upcoming new book and can be seen in the new Taubmans colour cards created with Shaynna Blaze. It’s also stocked in well known interiors stores like Sydney’s PAD, Manyara Home and Alfresco Emporium, Perth’s Corner Store, Sleep’n Round in Melbourne and Magnolia Interiors and Black & Spiro in Brisbane.
Are you a fan of rattan furniture? Do you have any in your home? Have you created your own upcycled beauty?
Images courtesy of Eco Chic and Highgate House.