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The Countess chair showcases strong yet swooping lines that bring a softness to the entire piece. Let’s start with the arcs that swing down from its arms to the base. Then there’s the intersecting bow at the front and back. But the part that’s perhaps most defining is the wraparound piece of natural rattan that forms the arms and back support to create a welcoming and comfortable seat. Style tip: shawl, throw, wrap, will all work fabulously dangling over the tightly woven rattan backrest.
It’s all about the weave of the Jester chair. The natural rattan is worked into mini arrow heads that come together to create a kind-of herringbone arrangement on the seat and open back. Surrounding it are thicker canes that bend and bow to form striking arms that slope downwards. Style tip: the thicker canes come to life when natural light gets to bounce off them so if you can, position it close to a window so it can really shine.
Inspired by the iconic film director’s chair, the Squire works a slightly scooped seat and concave back with open-air panels that make for noteworthy design. Tightly wound and woven rattan form the seat and back over thicker canes that give it structure. Style tip: while rattan will work alongside almost any furniture, it looks most striking when contrasted against painted woods or metals in a lighter colour.
This woven rattan chair is a bit of a go-anywhere piece and will work just as well as an office chair, a dressing chair, a dining chair. It’s all thanks to its slim profile and light lines that ensure it will never be obtrusive nor appear heavy on the eye. Sold as a pair. Style tip: do nothing. The Duke is a handsome design that really works best when it’s left unadorned so the blend of straight cane, wrapped weave, bends and curves can speak loud and clear.
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