Rattan Furniture

Rattan Furniture

Rattan furniture has become immensely popular among UK homeowners! The craftsmanship and finish make it a cut above the rest.

Rattan furniture is durable enough to last for almost 25 years and with proper care and maintenance you can add a few more years. Today, it come/s in various stunning styles and colours. It is environmentally friendly and you have the option to use rattan furniture both outdoors as well as indoors.

The weave - Rattan is a climbing vine which is fibrous in nature and grown in Asia. The strong vines are weaved together, to make it even more robust to create outstanding furniture. There are different weave patterns available to make rattan furniture, a modern alternative to the natural rattan is the HDPE rattan. This is manmade rattan which really creates a stunning and modern finish.

High Quality – Rattan has been around for a long time, but today we mimic rattan with High Density Polyethylene (HDPE). It looks like rattan also has more advantages. Win win! HDPE is a strong material and because it’s woven in a very tight weave, it is incredibly difficult to damage.

Eco Friendly – Since rattan is a sturdy and sustainable material, it is a great eco friendly option. The furniture does not release any fumes that pollute the air.

Weatherproof – You can leave your rattan furniture outdoors under harsh sun, during heavy down pours or even in the chilly winters. It is built to withstand the harshest of the weather conditions. HDPE is lighter than normal rattan so is more resistant to light.

Comfort – All our high-quality rattan furniture come with ultra comfortable plush seating and cushions. The covers are removable and washable making it super easy to keep the furniture looking great and feeling fresh. The natural tones of rattan furniture means you can customise and jazz up the presence of the furniture with extra cushions of your own for every season or mood!

Easy maintenance – The good news is HDPE rattan can be easily cleaned. It really does only require minimal effort. You can clean them with a hose pipe or a light soap and water solution to remove off any accumulated dirt.