With the arrival of summer, we see cane, rattan, wicker objects from runway to home all over the internet.
So, what do you think? Do these woven handbags just put you in a vocation mood? These woven bags are seen to have their own charm—structured, functional, boho, artistic, vintage and unique. They can perfectly combine with any outfit, formal or non-formal with an understated relaxing elegance. Woven bags became popular in the 70s which was popularized by artist Jane Birkin that she wore for a walk. Then woven bags became a trend again in 2017 when several world designers showcased summer collections, such as Dolce & Gabbana, Charlotte Olimpia, Tory Bruch, Gucci and Chanel. In the year of 2020, these woven bags have became even increasingly popular thanks to their natural beauty. Maybe, we all desire to have a piece of nature to ground and calm us and keep us cool in this strange time.
Luxury brands are taking materials such as rattan, straw, raffia and canvas and treating them with the same care and attention as they would high-end materials. What’s more, they are employing techniques more commonly associated with cottage industries – such as weaving, macramé and crocheting – to create pieces with a more handmade appeal.
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This high-low approach of combining natural materials with unique hand-made artisan skills has been adopted by the home industry too. Woven furniture is having a moment according to ELLE Décor Trends for 2020. They are not just for outdoor furniture anymore. They are chic, fashion-forward, versatile, durable and functional and can elevate any space with their uniqueness without adding too much visual weights into spaces. And most important, these natural beauties create a calming and soothing vibe in our home and truly promote our wellness.
Nowadays woven furniture is more design-oriented and streamlined. They add a touch of warmth and sophistication to any modern interiors. You can click here to learn how to create a peaceful space by incorporating woven furnishings.