Have you ever thought that rattan is not for your terrace exclusively? Environmental current make their presence felt increasingly more in all areas and that is precisely why there is no wonder that, in furnishing, going back to the roots of nature is a very contoured idea. People began to appreciate more and more the environment, have committed to protecting the resources and started to surround themselves with natural things that are a wellspring of ideas, colors and combinations.
The rattan, for example, is a plant that grows in tropical forests, develops quickly and regenerates very fast. It is very neat and, recently has begun to show in many living rooms and modern apartments. Whether we’re talking about a bedroom that reminds you of the sunny vacations or elegant and restful armchairs arranged in the relaxation area, this durable material is often found in pieces of furniture with unusual shapes.
For example, a living-room furnished with rattan pieces will be warm and welcoming and will make you think about the tropical climate.
Cushions will enhance the comfort and convenience, while also complementing the atmosphere with their vegetal patterns.
This type of furniture is easy to fit anywhere, whether your space is generous or rather small. In addition, it is very easy to maintain and there are only a handful of rules you need to follow to make sure you always have beautiful furniture.
- dust regularly with a soft rag
- move the furniture by lifting, not by drawing or pushing
- treat the wood with linseed oil
In combination with oak, pine or beech wood, rattan can be more that just an agreeable presence in the bedroom. The dresser, the chairs, the headboard or the wardrobe can all be made out of this material which will give your resting place a special feel, while also being low on cost, in style and very functional.
Obviously, you shouldn’t overlook the terrace. After all, that’s where the rattan was king until now.