Pattern & Style >>> Caning

Monday, May 2, 2011

Deep rooted in furniture making history is the technique of Caning -- weaving cane or rattan to create a strong & solid texture.  Typically taking form for a chair seat or back, influenced in style through various decorative periods.  A cane seat & back Rocking Chair exemplifies a look popular during the Victorian Era;  Mid-century Danish Modern pieces incorporated the style in the form of seating & case goods;  Designers in the 1960/70s took to relaying the repetitive pattern of Caning to the design of fabrics and wallpaper -- I have an early memory of green & white Caning drapery hanging in the Sunroom of our Larchmont, NY home, circa 1972.

It's 2011 and the Caning pattern is considered just as fresh as it was at the turn of the century, with examples found throughout the Hi & Low home furnishings & accessories markets.  Check out more below.

Turn of the Century Rocking Chair by Thonet | From 1st dibs Seller maison et toi


Classic Thonet Style Arm Chairs with Caning Seat & Back | From Etsy Seller GreenZebre


Danish Modern Style Dining Chairs with Cane Detailed Backs


Jonathan Adler 6' X 6' Southampton Rug


Better Homes & Gardens has teamed up with Walmart in offering a selection of floor rugs and pillows with a Caning design | Classic Caning Pillow

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Vintage Bedspread | From Etsy Seller paddyridge


Waverly's Custom Design | From Etsy Seller trendypillows


Drapery Shades | Interior Design by Hillary Thomas Designs


Garnet Hill's Wool Rug


Nantucket Basketweave Bangle designed by renowned interior designer Charlotte Moss for Halcyon Days


Proenza Schouler Laser Cut Bootie


Anthropologie's Caning Clutch




COCOCOZY | Cane Throw


Chic Shop by Hillary Thomas Designs | Cane Shade


House Beautiful Magazine | Decorative Basket for Flower Arrangements


Click Here to Check Out My Curated Treasury List on ETSY ~ Caning Design
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