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#TrendAlert Cane Webbing: Weave a nostalgic tale with alluring 80s-style wicker furniture and accessories

NOV 27, 2020 | By Sonia Dutt, Prateeksha Kackar and Delailah Rodrigues
Weave a golden memory—evoke the glorious 1980s era with furniture and accessories crafted from versatile wicker
Wood with cane “Shalimar” fan from The Fan Studio
Teak finished “Basera” pouffe by Ashiesh Shah for Urban Ladder
(L-R) Wood and cane “Single” chair by Punit Jasuja from Second Floor Studio; Oak windsor with strawback “Brodgar” bench by Gareth Neal and Kevin Gauld for The New Craftsmen; Wood and straw “Lui5” armchair by Philippe Bestenheider for Fratelli Bof
(L-R) Natural Indonesian cane “Bali Royal” swing from Ansavv; Cane and lacquer cocktail table by Adetee Sawnhaney for Altus Interio; Woven bamboo “Basket” chair by Isamu Noguchi and Isamu Kenmochi for The Noguchi Museum
Solid wood frame with half-round white wicker “Eleganza” chaise longue from Wicker World

Weave a golden memory—evoke the glorious 1980s era with furniture and accessories crafted from versatile wicker. Style and Trend Prediction by Sonia Dutt 

From top Wicker light 
from local vendor Solid wood frame with half round white wicker “Eleganza” chaise longue from Wicker World Wicker decor balls from InV Home

Twist and turn—explore new territories with versatile baskets ideal for storage, picnics and other adventures

Styled by Prateeksha Kackar; Photograph by S Thiru

From top Artificial “Plum Blossom” stem basket from Marina Home Sea grass basket from Nature’s Bazaar Bamboo cane bread basket from Fabindia Seagrass fancy basket from Chuimeiyao Handicrafts Cane african basket by Punit Jasuja from Second Floor Studio Tonga deep African, Tonga traditional, Beige brown laundry baskets all from Maison 15 Willow picnic basket from Elvy Lifestyle

Spin a tranquil cocoon—let colonial furniture and muted hues set the tone for an unpretentious chamber

Photograph by Ishita Sitwala

Give living rooms an earthy appeal with the timeless combination of wood and cane. Take cues from this waiting room of a doctor’s clinic commissioned to Studio 4 Architects, Surat. It features furniture and accessories from architect Veeram Shah’s Ahmedabad-based design studio Design Ni Dukaan. Completing the scene is a vintage-inspired wicker screen, antique curios and hints of brass. Website: studio4.co.in

Dream of a tropical paradise—neutral-hued elements imagined for a countryside vibe

Jute Thrishna utility basket from Fabindia