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Cane and Rattan Boho Style Living Area

You may be forgiven for feeling we've stepped back into the 1970's, but rattan and cane are making an interior comeback.

Think rattan and cane chairs, baskets, lamp-shades and side tables.

1. Indoor Outdoor Faux Rattan Bench, £375, Cox & Cox

2. Long Oval Rattan Lampshade, £175, Abode Living

3. Georgie Round Rattan Coffee Table, £340, Out There Interiors

4. Stool Maluku, £90, The Farthing

5. Tapered Log Basket, £80, Garden Trading

6. Rattan & Wood Screen, £150, Cox & Cox

These items can be used to evoke a laid back beach house, a bohemian pad or a more formal colonial residence.

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