Woven Textures Trend

Three ways to bring the woven textures trend into your room

Option 1: Integrate a great piece of furniture made out of natural woven materials into your room design. Natural colors and interesting texture makes for stunning results.

Portia Dining Chair. Strike a pose. Finished in a washed grey, all-weather wicker seating curves for shapely intrigue, indoors or out. Cover or store inside during inclement weather and when not in use.
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Carmel sideboard. Mid-century-inspired style with an organic twist. Surrounded by mango casing, light cane weaves for a fresh look with natural depth. Angular gunmetal-finished iron legs offer an intriguing contrast of texture and tone.
Phoenix coffee table. All-weather wicker weaves to cover an aluminum frame, with a soft, rounded shape and vintage white finish.
Sydney bed, night stand & tall dresser. Natural mango framing features front cabinetry of woven cane, for a light, textural look with fresh organic allure. A top trio of drawers brings plenty of storage space to the bedroom.
Claire sideboard. Inspired by Italian design of the 1970s, honey-colored rattan keeps the eye moving in its vertical linear pattern, with oversize D-shape hardware pulls of polished brass. Inside, spacious shelving provides a smart storage solution for the dining or living room.
June Chair. Textural and curve driven. Inspired by Japanese Tatamis, a cleverly constructed outer frame consists of rattan and natural cane paneling. Adding to that clean contrast sits cream linen-blend performance seating exclusive to Four Hands, with one knife-edge for added comfort.

Option 2: Select a woven fabric on a piece (or even a sectional) of our custom furniture in your room design. These are a few of the hundreds designs and colors available. They make particularly strong base fabrics!

Option 3: Consider a woven area rug. You can change the attitude of your room completely with a new area rug.

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