10 Easy Pieces: Rattan Decor is the Essence of Bohemian Chic Living

10 Easy Pieces: Rattan Decor is the Essence of Bohemian Chic Living

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Vanessa Londono
Jul 20, 2017

Rattan is all the rage again. If you're picturing the wicker decor of the Golden Girls, think again. To capture the bohemian vibes of the 1970's, keep the vintage pieces curated and cool. Look for intricate weavings to add drama to your space but be selective. Overall your space will shine if you keep the addition of these natural elements simple and light. We combed the internet and our very own Marketplace for chic rattan. Check out what wicker goodies we found!

If you're hesitant about incorporating wicker into your own home, start small. These sets of bowls are made with a coconut base and a rattan trim. I picked up a set and use them as serving bowls in the kitchen and catchalls around the house. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $18.95.

(Image credit: Urban Outfitters)

With rose gold metal legs, the Haylee Mono rattan chair feels fresh and fancy. Woven rattan fibers are molded to create the rounded seat that's light visually and comfortable. Available on Urban Outfitters, $179.

Just perfect for nesting small plants in, this vintage planter is in great condition. Made from woven rattan and bamboo, the basket adds some boho chic appeal to a bookcase or desktop. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $30.

(Image credit: West Elm)

Made from rattan and raffia woven together, these candy colored place mats add some playfulness to the dining table. Available at West Elm, $14.

Create a cozy dressing corner or break up a large room with this mid-century modern folding screen. Built from birch wood and rattan, this stately piece is functional and adds warmth to a space. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $475.

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A replica of those 1950's and 1960's loungers, this handcrafted rattan chaise is all natural. Available on Dwell Studio Design, $519.99.

It's drama-rama with a high-back bamboo chair. Imagine a set of four of these around the dinner table at your bungalow. If the tropical floral print seats feel a little kitschy, upgrade to a more sophisticated graphic print. The end result will be jaw-dropping. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $500.

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Bask in the warm beachy feelings this Paillette pendant lamp gives off. Little shells accent the woven wicker fixture, adding a little shimmer. Available on Anthropologie, $298.

Wine racks these days can be so hideous, nothing like the charm of this vintage rattan option. Display it on the countertop or add a piece of glass to convert this into a little table as the seller suggests. Either way, the allure of this find is strong. Available on Apartment Therapy Marketplace, $30.

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