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Cane Furniture is Making a Comeback and I’m not in the least bit mad about it!
My parents gifted us the Cane Dining Chairs that they had in our home when I was growing up and when we bought our new West Elm Dining-room Table these chairs matched perfectly!
This is the table we purchased: Mid-Century Expandable Dining Table in Walnut.
The cane dinging chairs my parents gifted us are made of cherry, carved wood and have fancy shapes. I love the circle seat. This is a photo I found online on eBay.
A little background and history…
Pretty much a perfect accent no matter your design aesthetic
Some of my favorite pieces I’ve found available online:
A modern (and a little glam) take on the classic cane chair. Jannis Ellenberger pairs natural rattan with a clean black frame and plush black boucle seat. An easy way to bring high-end style to the dining or living room.
Natural with Sand Border Woven Cane Blackout Roman Shade (we have a similar one in our downstairs powder room)
The perfect sidekick for movie marathons and lazy Sunday sleep-ins, blackout curtains keep entertainment areas as dark as the theaters and stop the sun from imposing on your well-deserved Beautyrest. Take this one for example: Crafted from paper with stainless steel hardware, this Roman-style shade showcases a cordless design that brings a contemporary update to your window treatment. Plus, it’s designed with thermally insulating material – saving you on your heating bill!
For the daydreamer longing for an afternoon repose, this Rattan Daybed responds with the luxurious look of coastal lifestyle decor. Ivory linen cushions make for a comfort-soft feel while its ash wood frame draws attention to its sublime natural-toned French cane sides and back. The perfect piece for adding a breezy style to fashionable décor.
We have the white one and I have our Dwarf Umbrella living in it. It is beautiful and one of my most favorite planters. Glossy black cuts a diagonal graphic across natural rattan. Tin liner hidden inside makes for 100% watertight planter.
The cane work on the Dolores Collection is expertly woven by hand for an organic texture that beautifully balances the sleek, airy profile of each piece. Resting on a sturdy iron frame in a contrasting Gunmetal finish, the buffet is an elegant addition to a dining room or entertaining space. Here is a photo from @meetthejohnsonfamily