Add a touch of texture to any room with woven decor. From rattan love seats to grass-cloth wallcoverings, we've found ways to bring woven decor into every space.
Wicker fan chairs dominate this eclectic space. Their unique shape helps them stand out, while their texture provides contrast to the room's other shades of brown. Patterned cushions complete the look and add cozy comfort to each seat.
Need a mat that's sturdy and can put up with the occasional spill? Look no further than this rattan rug. Its durability is perfect for a high-traffic area like a kitchen; its pretty texture adds a touch of chic style.
Could these elephant end tables be any cuter? Their durable wicker composition makes them perfect for a sunroom or porch, while their stylish design adds charming character to the space. Pair them with wicker furniture in a different shade and summery pastel accents for a relaxed, cozy look.
Storage, meet style. A giant woven ottoman doubles as a coffee table and sneaky storage spot. Its warm brown color and funky texture makes it the perfect accent for this nature-inspired living room.
Baskets in a variety of weaves double as pretty decor and practical storage -- plus, they're budget-friendly. Stash kitchen linens, extra supplies, or bulk food items in each basket. This kitchen features brown baskets to match the wood floor and island, but feel free to match the baskets to your kitchen's color scheme.
Rattan and wicker aren't just for the patio. Bring the worldly weave into your home with an elegant bench. For maximum comfort, look for a piece that features fabric cushions, or dress it up with pretty pillows.
Grass-cloth wallpaper is an easy way to add texture to any room in your home. Find it in a variety of colors, but try a neutral shade to let the texture stand out. If you use grass cloth, keep in mind that it's typically more expensive than regular wallpaper, so consider covering a space that is dominated by windows or opting for an accent wall.
Sleep in style with this gorgeous rope headboard. The texture works with a variety of colors -- like the teal and mustard yellow in this scheme -- but also can provide contrast when working with a neutral color palette.
Can't decide where to use woven decor? Try it in a variety of spots in one room. We're digging this transitional living room's natural woven shades and wicker furniture. Shades of blue complement the room's warm browns and airy cream accents.