In Love With the Rattan Trend? These Are Hands Down the 14 Best Places to Shop

published Jul 1, 2021
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What’s stylish, sustainable, and so of-the-moment? One word: rattan. The renewable material’s been on the home scene for centuries (yes, really!), but its most recent resurgence has dominated everywhere from restaurants to hotels to (probably) your own living space. And the obsession’s fully justifiable: With rattan’s light, boho aesthetic that borders on beachy, it’s the perfect soothing-meets-chic staple to perk up any space, in any form.

With that said, whether you’re aiming to commit to the all-rattan-everything look at home (cough cough… me) or just want a few fresh decor touches here and there, I scoured the web for the best places to get your fix for any budget. You can expect to find durable rattan aplenty at trendy home brands like West Elm and Anthropologie, but you’ll also be pleasantly surprised with all the woven wonders places like Amazon, Etsy, and Target have to offer.

(P.S. If you’re also confused about what’s considered rattan vs. cane or wicker — it’s confusing, I’ll be the first to admit — here’s a quick refresher.)

Amazon

If you can dream it, Amazon probably has it… and with next-day shipping, to boot. There’s no digging needed to uncover an array of bohemian-inspired woven finds for all price points. Envisioning a rattan headboard? Found. A bathroom towel holder? Done. A full-on rattan daybed? Clear space at home. And the list goes on and on…

Anthropologie

At Anthropologie, you’ll find a mix of high-end rattan pieces (think dramatic accent chairs, beds, pendant lights, and the like) sprinkled in with more affordable and adorable decor — candle holders, trays, decorative boxes, and even a darling drawer handle. Each feels prettier than the next, so prepare to spend a considerable amount of time browsing their site’s rattan search page.

Crate and Barrel

If you’re looking to outfit your little ones’ nursery, you’ve come to the right place — on top of grown-up kitchen and bedroom selections (all worth a peek, as well), Crate and Barrel’s children’s selection actually feels like a hidden treasure trove for rattan. Their collection’s a whimsical take on the trend, for sure, but it’s impossible not to fall in love with animal-shaped baskets, a bassinet, beds (even one for baby dolls), a luxe rocking horse, and nightstand — some of which you may even find yourself “borrowing.”

Etsy

Unsurprisingly, Etsy has a little bit of everything — big, small, and mostly handmade. Discover rattan chairs, bookcases, wall shelves, trays, a must-see tissue box (really, it’s the cutest), and so, so much more. It’s ultimately the best of both worlds with the greatest one-of-a-kind finds at even greater prices.

H&M Home

H&M’s small-but-mighty rattan selection hits the budget-friendly jackpot. Stock up on simple organizing basics like baskets, trays, and boxes, plus (my personal favorite) a round statement mirror framed with the beloved woven material. And it’s all less than $60, NBD.

IKEA

The Swedish home brand has arguably been one of the inexpensive rattan pioneers, carrying no shortage of pretty-meets-practical treasures over the past few years. Rattan also aligns with their recent eco-friendly pledge to use strictly recycled and renewable materials by 2030. You’ll even see that a handful of their current collection, like the GAMLEHULT ottoman and the BUSKBO magazine stand, have a “sustainable materials” marker online.

Jayson Home

Chicago-based home brand Jayson Home leans on the more expensive side, but you’re guaranteed some especially unique (and slightly quirky) finds. Exhibit A? Their rattan carpet beater (yep) for $28. In the under $250 sphere, there’s gorgeous pendant lighting galore, plus low-cost decorative jars, coasters, and cane-covered glassware.

Overstock

Searching for rattan or wicker seating? Overstock’s got you covered on just about every account — outdoor dining chairs, indoor dining chairs, chair sets, patio sofas, lounge chairs, rocker chairs, accent chairs — in a range of colors and prices. Top off the look with their equally substantial selection of headboards, mirrors, and lighting options.

Serena & Lily

Yes, Serena and Lily’s slightly pricey, but few brands do rattan better. In fact, the whole coastal vibe is their brand. I personally love their many woven seating options, from counter stools that look straight out of a boutique California hotel to cozy hanging chairs. You also can’t go wrong with their lighting offerings (or any offerings, really), with so many notable shades, sconces, and pendants.

Target

Suffice it to say, you can always count on Target for all your needs, rattan home staples included. This shopping hotspot really wows in the cute and quirky decor spectrum specifically, but with plenty of luxe-for-less woven furniture sprinkled in the mix as well. (It’s technically cane, but I scored my most-complimented living room piece from Target.)

Urban Outfitters

The one-stop-shop for all things cool and modern (and fairly affordable), Urban Outfitters‘ extensive rattan collection runs the gamut from chairs and lamps to entire bed frames and toilet paper rolls — because why not give your bathroom the trendy treatment, too? There’s really something for every nook and cranny, but make sure to check out their perennially popular Marte and Ria collections, especially for larger pieces.

Wayfair

Backyard rattan, right this way — Wayfair boasts an abundance of cushioned couches and chairs, all ideal for taking the trend outside. But everything’s not exclusively outdoors: Just type “rattan” into the search bar, and it populates with options for headboards, mirrors, chairs, planters, and coffee tables, just to name a few.

West Elm

West Elm’s continuously at the top of the home trend sphere, and their dedication to rattan — and its sister cane — proves no exception, especially for big ticket pieces. Go big with gorgeous patio accent chairs, or consider splurging inside your home with a well-made dresser or cabinet. On the less expensive front, there’s a real gold mine of rattan kitchen staples (coasters! chargers! serving trays!) especially from the bestselling Merida collection.

World Market

At World Market, you’ll find plenty of lookalikes that could pass as picks from more high-end retailers — but for a fraction of the cost. I’m particularly loving their 3-drawer rattan desk, should you need a home office upgrade. Many of their pieces also pack on fun structural elements, like a cool bookshelf encased in arched rattan pieces or a pendant light shaped like flower petals.