Woven materials like jute, rattan and seagrass are an effective way to make your space feel relaxed and calm. The organic textures add warmth and bring a sense of natural wonder. We can’t wait to see how you style them!
The Dark Rattan Wall Basket can be used so many ways. It works in pretty much any room, either for décor or function. These natural baskets look great with faux or dried greenery or florals. And, provided you used another vessel inside, you could tuck a couple small plants in as well.
In the bathroom, the basket could hold your toiletries, or hand towels and washcloths. If you envision the basket in your kitchen, it's the perfect place for your fresh fruit, or in your pantry for grab-and-go snacks!
The Rope Jute Door Mat is woven into an arresting design. Whether your home is farmhouse, bohemian or coastal, this doormat would work on your stoop. Often employed in coastal décor, jute rope material is durable, making it ideal for an entryway mat. Jute is also water-resistant, giving you the ability to use it in your bathroom, too. Placed in front of your bathroom vanity, its earthy textures will pop indoors, too.
This woven seagrass pendant is a jaw-dropper with its whitewash finish on the wooden elements, and its classic woven shade. The seagrass material adds a casual vibe to your space, with its visually light and airy organic materials. The farmhouse woven basket light fixtures are, without doubt, a trend and this pendant is an uncommon expression of that trend.
We love this pendant for so many reasons, and can't wait to see how it looks in your home!
The Monteray Woven Lantern has me so excited to celebrate the warm summer weather ahead! Use these lanterns on your patio from now until fall and enjoy the casual, natural summer-time vibes. Without protection from the flame, though, we suggest only flameless candles. But can’t you imagine that flickering light shining out from these lanterns onto your porch or patio?
This faux banana leaf greenery in a round basket is so cute! This woven décor piece adds some life to any open shelf - whether it’s in the kitchen or living room, or in the laundry!
Of course, while this will look striking in your house, I bet it would look great in your hard-to-shop-for friend’s home, too. Trust me, everybody loves a new piece of home décor every now and again, especially one this cute and versatile.
The rattan wall hanger isn’t like the ugly metal hooks we hide away in the coat closet. You’ll be on cloud nine once you can hang your favorite summer hat and jean jacket from these hooks! On display in your mudroom, the hooks will give you an elegant place to hang your things when you walk in the door. The natural rattan material is very boho. One advantage of rattan is that it can be introduced to almost any décor style.
Once again, these napkin rings prove that simple, organic woven décor is so versatile. The Cane Napkin Ring Set adds another texture to your tablescape, whether your home is boho, coastal, or farmhouse. By wrapping your napkins in the woven rings, you can check off the texture box! Before you know it, your guests will be appreciating the subtle tablescape you’ve created.
Let these napkin rings serve as the inspiration for your outdoor dining this summer. They look great with any shade of napkin and work well “in the wild” on your porch or patio.
The Rattan Basket Ledge is a showstopper. Every time we do an IG story on it, we get so many comments. While you could utilize the farmhouse woven basket for functional things, it really shines styled with seasonal greenery. The narrow ledge works on a mantle, for sure, but also looks stunning over a doorway.
However you choose to use the basket ledge, this is an uncommon piece that will bring you joy, and the opportunity to style it for seasons and holidays and special occasions!
Incorporating woven materials like rattan, seagrass, and jute into your home can add a sense of calmness and warmth. We can’t choose our favorite product from these woven pieces, so we wish you luck choosing among them!
Do us a favor, though. Once you get them home and styled, tag us in a picture and show us how YOU used them.