As we outlined in our updated design bible, texture is a powerful tool when creating layered, inviting interiors. In fact, we’d go as far as to say that natural materials should be incorporated across design styles, whether your home leans traditional, modern, bohemian, or a combination of the three.
Enter the humble rattan light fixture. From pendants and wall sconces to table and floor lamps, woven light fixtures add an unexpected splash of texture and warmth to interiors across design sensibilities. True to form, this 1970s-era fixture is trending once again, gaining popularity across Instagram, Pinterest, and TikTok over the last five-ish years.
Even big-name retailers like CB2, Lulu & Georgia, and Wayfair have jumped on the look, issuing modern interpretations of textural rattan light fixtures ranging from classic boho to angular contemporary and modern-traditional.
Ahead, find three creative and timeless ways to add trending rattan light fixtures to your space, and shop our favorite buys (hand-selected by Havenly designer Kacee Smith).
Rattan Pendant Lights
Rattan pendant lights are incredibly popular, and it’s easy to see why. These airy, oversized fixtures lend a slightly organic, whimsical touch to a space without screaming “bohemian.” Our designers love pairing them with modern, coastal furnishings and decor for a touch of warm contrast. Best of all, they come in endless shapes, sizes, and patterns, from simple open weave to intricate, geometric designs.
Rattan Table Lamps
Rattan table lamps are a designer go-to when searching for a more subtle pop of texture. From sleek, contemporary finds from CB2 to boho-modern gems from our line with Reese’s Book Club, the rattan table lamp is both timeless and trendy all at once. Go all in with a rattan-everywhere look, or consider options that bring in additional textures, like brass for a more luxe aesthetic or linen shades for a classic twist.
Rattan Wall Sconces
Rattan wall sconces may be the most on-trend fixture of the bunch. These beauties could be considered Instagram famous, thanks in part to our very own VP of Creative, Shelby Girard, among other headlining homes. They offer the perfect touch of warm texture to utilitarian spaces like kitchens and bathrooms, especially when paired with other natural materials like marble, stone, and linen.