Take a good look at your most favorite spaces, and I guarantee you’ll spot a cane piece tucked inside. This seventies staple is back in a big way, and it’s popping up everywhere. But this is not your grandma’s cane furniture. This rattan open-weave resurgence includes a new look with a modern edge as well as killer vintage pieces that are getting a new life. We’re talking everything from small accessories like trays and stools to wardrobes and sideboards, daybeds, etc.
Have a look at how interior designers are incorporating caned decor into their spaces. Plus, shop a stunning array of caned furniture ranging from budget to investment.
Caned cabinetry is so beautiful because it adds texture and interest to a piece without feeling too heavy or overwhelming. Plus, there are so many fantastic options. From just a wee bit on a nightstand drawer to full armoires covered in the good stuff, cane case goods are such a great way to incorporate this trend. We even spotted an IKEA hack using the Billy bookcase that’s so unbelievably good.
Once upon a time, the Cesca Chair was the It Girl of the dining set. Fast-forward to today, and that vintage style is still going strong, along with a whole slew of modern variations. The organic texture of this material plays so beautifully with a sleek silhouette.
If you want to add retro vibes and a layer of natural pattern play without full-blown cane commitment, accessories are the way to go. Small stools, trays, and cane baskets are easy additions to get the look. Speaking of cane baskets, try hanging them on the wall where they double as art.
Perfect for kids rooms and adult rooms alike, caned beds are huge right now. Our favorite rendition is the caned daybed that feels modern and cool but still gives off those vintage vibes.
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While we love a good vintage Cesca Chair moment, there are plenty of other ways to incorporate this trend in your decor. We’ve rounded up a variety of pieces, both big and small, that are breathing new life into this 70’s staple.
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Erin Lepperd is an interior designer – turned digital media editor with a penchant for breathtaking interiors. When she’s not gabbing about design, you’ll find her wrangling her wild and wonderful 5-year-old twins, brunching like it’s her job and exploring the wilds of New England as a California transplant.