Rattan furniture is making a comeback: Here are 33 pieces worth buying

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Adds Jamie King of the Los Angeles-based design firm JLK Interiors, “As a southern California designer, I gravitate toward the natural elements often, be it through colors, textures or materials. Rattan provides that perfect touch of coastal elegance without being too ‘beachy’ and literal.”

Rattan chairs

Serena & Lily Sunwashed Riviera Counter Stool ($388; serenaandlily.com)

“I use these counter chairs often in the kitchens I design; they are the perfect complement for island eating,” King tells us, and Freling agrees, saying that adding rattan counter stools to your kitchen is a “no-brainer.”

Serena & Lily Balboa Side Chair ($648; serenaandlily.com)

Fear not: The brand offers the Balboa in a counter stool too, which King loves using in her kitchen designs, telling us that “the cushion makes it great for kids.”

Opalhouse Rattan Wall Hooks Natural ($25; target.com)

Turn a functional item into fabulous with this sweet rattan take on wall hooks. Whether you’re hanging up coats, hats, keys or towels, these hooks will add a cozy factor to your space. “Rattan is a wonderful option for almost any design aesthetic,” says King. “It is both functional yet visually appealing, and its natural texture adds warmth to any environment.”

World Market Honey Rattan Daybed Frame ($599.99; worldmarket.com)

Finding an all-rattan daybed that’s beautiful and affordable(ish) is no easy feat, as King well knows. “I love the idea of making rattan a focal point in a room, and this daybed does just that,” she says.
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