TREND WATCH // Woven Textures
Ranging from rattan, sisal, jute, seagrass, cane, and interlaced leathers, woven textures are once again finding their way into our homes. Woven products are certainly not a new face to interior design but today's designs are decidedly more contemporary and are definitely 'having a moment' right now in new collections of furniture, lighting, and home goods.
WOVEN TEXTURES in...The Kitchen
Kitchens and bathrooms often read a little hardier than other spaces in a home, largely because of the lack of soft furnishings and large-scale drapery usually found in living rooms and bedrooms. Adding in a woven texture can bring warmth and even sound reduction in what can otherwise feel like a hard-working space
WOVEN TEXTURES IN... the details
A renewable and fast-growing resource, rattan is a great choice for durable seating, both indoor and outdoor.
WOVEN TEXTURES in...The Bedroom
With the 'boho' movement in full swing, vintage and new woven materials definitely contribute to a laid-back, California vibe - if that's what you're looking to create. The golden tones and texture gives any room a relaxed summer-y vibe, something that may help get through a long Canadian winter indoors.
WOVEN TEXTURES in...The Nursery
Gender neutral and versatile, the nursery is a perfect place to incorporate a few woven details...here's some of our favorite inspiration now...
Did you notice that muddy pink wall color used here? Blush is actually extremely versatile and almost reads as a neutral in some instances. It's looking especially great with white walls and a wicker crib!
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The Farmer's Daughter Team, x