Not seen in such volume since the eighties (I’m sure I’m not the only one who remembers the material from childhood!), rattan has had a resurgence of late but in sleeker, far more stylish forms. And while it’s a look that works fabulously with the tribal trend or beachy interiors, its current incarnation looks equally at home in more refined spaces too.
: Anything but beachy, this black lacquer bedhead almost has an oriental vibe. $459.
: The sixties flower flowerchild vibe of this piece makes it ideal for a child’s room. $149.
: Made from teak and rattan, this sturdy credenza has gorgeous mid-century lines. $3,599.
: Destined for heirloom status, this handmade rattan bassinet not only looks adorable but it’s practical too – the wheels make it easy to move from room to room. $529.
: 100 per cent handmade, from pendant lamp shades to chairs and baskets, the limited edition JASSA range covers all rattan bases. From $19.99.
: I love the lace-inspired detailing on this bell-shaped pendant light. $179.
: Made in Senegal, the modern pattern and colours make this a lovely storage option. $99.95.
: Inspired by the Arne Jacobsen egg chair, this is an earthy statement piece. $899.
: This bar cart screams St Barts to me. Swoon! $575.
: Rattan but in totally modern sorbet tones. Fun! $129.