When you hear about rattan furniture, what’s the first thing you associate it with? Let me guess: it’s either the garden or the patio. Make no mistake, rattan furniture is an excellent choice for indoors as well, whether it’s a living room sofa, a kitchen stool, or even the bed frame. So, here’s our list of the best rattan bedroom furniture ideas to start redecorating your space!
45 Gorgeous Rattan Bedroom Furniture Ideas
1. Vibing Bed Head
You may add a splash of natural texture and material to your space by using a rattan centerpiece. Textural contrast is provided by the woven material, which elevates furniture to the center of attention in any room. Even when used in the bedroom, rattan can have a laid-back but striking effect. Choose a rattan headboard for effortless decor embedding.
2. Walnut Rattan Nightstand
Rattan can fit into a lot of different room setups. While some associate it with a vintage, a boho, or even a rustic farmhouse-style room, rattan pieces such as this nightstand would work really well in a mid-century modern bedroom. It could be the slanted legs or the natural wooden colors but I could totally pair it with mid-century modern furniture.
3. Breezy Bed
Rattan has this gift of turning boring furniture into something that looks truly outstanding. For instance, we see this rattan bed that makes us feel like we’re on a summer vacation by the beach. The rattan lighting fixture also has a very relaxing vibe to it and perfectly blends into the decor.
4. Headboard in a Mid-Century Modern Bedroom
Some people imagine that rattan limits you in terms of design options but that couldn’t be further away from the truth. A rattan headboard doesn’t mean it features a woven pattern in its entirety. With that in mind, consider the many different design options that could come into play here.
5. Bedside Table Simplicity
There are no limits to the shapes and patterns you can create with this product’s versatility and durability. Because of its weather durability, rattan is typically found on patio furniture, but it isn’t just for the outdoors. Notice how easy it is for rattan to find its way into the bedroom, in both nightstands and headboards.
6. Floral Rattan Headboard
Feast your eyes on how easy it is to benefit from rattan’s flexibility. Even when making something as trivial as a headboard, rattan can be bent to create circular flower-like support that prevents you from resting your pillow against the cold wall at the head of the bed.
7. Rattan Kids Twin Bed
For children’s rooms, rattan is a great choice because it is both lightweight and easy to keep clean. Whether you’re thinking headboards, nightstands, chairs for desks, or playrooms, rattan is easy to integrate into rooms for little people. When it gets stained, just wipe it clean.
8. Wardrobe and Storage Unit/Cabinet
Rattan can bring visual appeal to plain rooms without the use of color. White, wood, and other neutral-toned interiors benefit from the textural contrast provided by weaved materials. To get the most out rattan furniture, search for pieces with unusual shapes, like this clothing wardrobe with a curved top.
9. Cane Floor Lamp
Caned rattan furniture is a great way to add a touch of elegance to any room. Cane furniture is made from rattan’s outer bark, which exhibits an open-weave pattern in multiple directions. The caning technique, which dates back to ancient times, is still popular today and lends furniture a light, airy feel.
10. Nightstand with 2 Drawers
Like wood, rattan materials can be stained or painted in a wide variety of colors. With a new coat of paint, you can transform even the most basic rattan furniture into something more contemporary. Spray-paint rattan furniture in a bright, eye-catching color, or choose a more conventional style by painting it white. Here, it works perfectly in a natural wooden color combined with the wenge tones of this nightstand.
11. Bed Head and Vanity
Rattan can be used for literally any piece of furniture in the bedroom. Do you want an interesting and unique rattan headboard? No problem. Thinking of adding an accent rattan chair? Sure thing. How about a rattan vanity? It absolutely works. Its breezy vibe makes it perfect for the relaxing ambiance of a bedroom.
12. Nightstand with Round Corners
If you have children that like to run around frantically in your bedroom, I’d suggest a rattan nightstand like this one. Why? Because, once again, I have to emphasize the flexible nature of this material, allowing manufacturers to make pieces with rounded corners that couldn’t possibly cause injuries to your little humans.
13. Cabinet and Basket
Rattan baskets can be used to generate storage space in any room. Because woven rattan baskets exist in so many different forms and sizes, they may fit almost everywhere. You can use large rattan baskets to store linens and other items you don’t need all the time, but smaller baskets can be hidden behind accent tables or inside cupboards for more discrete storage.
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14. Bedside Ocean Vibes
Rattan adds texture to a bedroom, there’s no question about that. You can indeed achieve this by using different playful bedding linens, but a rattan nightstand can add some much-needed depth to the room without making it feel overwhelming.
15. Bed and Cabinet
The weave-like wood may be used both indoors and outdoors, in a wide range of products, from bed frames and headboards to benches placed at the foot of the bed. Despite its casual appearance, rattan is surprisingly robust and durable. Let’s destroy the myth about rattan being good solely for outdoor use.
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16. Gorgeous Rattan Bed
Some people associate rattan with a 1970s bedroom. No, rattan isn’t just something you see at grandma’s house. With a few tropical plants, a few patterned pillows, and a book, you might be able to mislead yourself into thinking you’re on vacation in a sunroom if you opt for rattan bedroom furniture, as you can see in this picture.
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17. Playful Rattan Chair
Rattan is a favorite of mine because it adds texture and instantly loosens up a space, as shown in this living area chair. However, nothing is stopping you from adding this rattan chair in the bedroom to use it as either an accent chair, vanity seating, or even for that reading corner of the bedroom.
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18. Dressing Table
Rattan is a superb option for practically any design approach. Its natural texture provides warmth to any atmosphere while serving a practical purpose. If you want to add a rattan make-up table and matching chair to the bedroom, it’s totally possible and not at all a bad-taste move.
19. Adorable Vanity Table
Vanity tables are designed for self-care and pampering yourself at the beginning and end of each day. With a rattan vanity table such as this one, every moment of self-care is turned into a selfish experience that allows you to enjoy some time for yourself.
20. Side Table
The truth is that rattan will never really go out of style. That means you can take advantage of it at any given moment to bring those soothing vacation vibes into the bedroom. Add a side table made from rattan. You can also order a custom glass tabletop to make the surface easier to clean (especially if you like drinking coffee in bed).
One might think that rattan isn’t suitable for holding something as heavy as books. We usually don’t give rattan enough credit but let me assure you, it is a very durable material. The texture of rattan adds to the warmth you want to convey in the bedroom. This bookcase is a perfect addition to a reading corner.
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22. Peacock Chair
Some believe that a chair isn’t needed in the bedroom, and it truly isn’t if you don’t have a free corner for it. But if you can afford the space and would love an accent chair in the bedroom, look for one with an interesting design. With two of these plus a rattan side table, you can make your cozy coffee-drinking corner in the bedroom.
23. Beachy Rattan Nightstand
Dreaming about your last vacation by the beach? Then how about bringing some of those summer holiday vibes into the bedroom? You can do that with a simple purchase, like a rattan nightstand. This seemingly small piece of furniture can contribute to the coastal bedroom vibes you want to surround yourself with.
24. Teenage Bed
Rattan is also a great material to opt for if you want an indie-style bedroom for your kid. The indie style gives you the freedom to incorporate many different decor items that would otherwise not fit into any other design style.
25. Ring Hanging Chair
A ring chair in itself is an outstanding piece of furniture. It’s like being a cat that hides in a cozy corner and feels safe. A rattan ring chair is basically like swinging from a palm tree while sipping Pina Coladas on a beach in the Dominican Republic.
26. Day Bed
You might think there’s no reason to opt for a day bed in a room that already has a master bed. However, day beds are designed for more than just sleeping. Imagine yourself relaxing in a couch-like bed, reading a good book, browsing social media while the sun caresses your cheeks, and indulging in life’s pleasures on a rattan furniture piece.
27. Side Table Lamp
Rattan lamps sometimes feel like a wonder of nature. If you add a rattan shade to the average bedside lamp, you often see the light carefully breaching through the weave, rendering playful patterns across the bedroom walls and ceiling. That leads to a cozy atmosphere that’s otherwise difficult to replicate.
28. Vanity Table with Stool
This plant’s tendrils are made up of lengthwise-running fibers, making it both robust and flexible. Since it’s so versatile, the material can be used to make sturdy furniture. Thus, rattan furniture may be used both indoors and outdoors without displaying signs of damage. Aside from outdoor furniture, rattan may be used for everything from coat racks to vanity tables and stool sets.
29. Bedroom Coffee Area
In today’s world, rattan may be used in every room of the house because it incorporates both traditional and contemporary elements. They can be as simple and classic as you like, or as slick and contemporary as you like. Just imagine yourself enjoying a cup of coffee on this rattan sofa.
30. Rattan Nursery Bassinet
If you think rattan bassinets are obsolete, I’ve got news for you. Since nurseries are always going for that serenity vibe, rattan would be the perfect material choice here. Furthermore, the weave allows you to see the baby without even having to get close to the crib.
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31. Rattan Kids Seating
Rattan furniture is a great value for the money. It’s a lot less expensive than wood, and it lasts for a similar amount of time, too. If you need something that will last and be one of a kind for a reasonable price, this is the way to go. And since the kid’s room is usually the first one to experience first-hand redecoration…
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32. Rattan Toddler Bed
One of the major benefits of using a rattan bed in a toddler’s room is the ease of cleaning. Rattan is the type of material that you can easily wipe clean with just a cloth. That’s something really important when considering furniture for a child’s room. We love them but they’re messy beings with two left hands.
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33. Versatile Bookcase
Furniture made of rattan is extremely strong and long-lasting. Either way, you won’t have to buy new furniture as often, whether you’re using it indoors or outside. Synthetic rattan furniture is typically warrantied for a long time, which provides a sense of security. It supports a lot of weight, so it’s the perfect material for a bookcase.
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34. Rattan Play Chair
With its coastal and rather vintage vibe, rattan is a great option for parents who wants their children to appreciate the simple things. Having a rattan play chair is like bringing a piece of your own childhood into the child’s bedroom.
35. Rattan Storage Drawers
Sustainable and so easy to integrate into the bedroom vibe, rattan is the perfect choice for some bedroom storage drawers. You can use pieces like these for storing undergarments, socks, ties, and even accessories.
36. Changing Table
Once again, I feel obliged to underline the durability of rattan. If you opt for a rattan changing table, you won’t have to worry about it collapsing under the baby’s weight. Choose a model with shelves for extra storage room for the baby’s diapers and onesies.
37. Bedroom Seating Area
Rattan furniture is extremely stain-resistant. If you spill something on your rattan sofa, you won’t have to worry about stains that are impossible to remove. For households with small children or pets, rattan provides a simple wipe-clean option. This makes it a great option for seating areas if you have the space to make one in the bedroom.
38. Rattan Corner Shelf
The second I saw this rattan corner shelf, I imagined how great it would be in a bedroom where you wanted to add some greenery. It provides adequate support for potted plants but you’re not limited to just that. It is also a great place for vacation souvenirs and family photos.
39. White Rattan Bedroom Table
Rattan is very easy to paint with the right tools (since you need brushes or spray paint that can get into all the nooks and crannies). If you don’t really fancy rattan’s natural wooden color, you can always go crazy with some paint. While the paint choice here was white, there’s nothing stopping you from choosing charcoal gray or forest green.
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40. Pet Bed
I thought this was the pet bed I needed but never knew I wanted. It’s like you’re taking your four-legged companion on vacation with you. Throw some comfortable cushions on top and allow your pet to rest in the same carefree fashion as you do.
41. Pendant Lights
Rattan pendant lights add a unique flair to a room’s decor. The nicest part about these lights is that they don’t take up a lot of room and don’t make the space feel too crowded. It’s because of this that you may put these lights just about wherever in your house.
42. Double Rattan Shelf
Rattan shelves could be placed in just about any room in the house, so don’t limit yourself to just the bedroom. These ones right here would look great in the bathroom, with a bunch of colored towels on them, or even in the pantry, holding containers or baskets with fruits and veggies.
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43. Baby Nursery
From bassinets to changing tables, rattan furniture is very easy to ingrate in a nursery. Stick with rattan’s natural color for a neutral nursery theme or choose child-friendly non-toxic paints if you’re going for a more colored approach.
44. Painted Rattan Bed
The coastal vibe of rattan furniture boosts it to the top of our personal list of favorites, because who doesn’t want to feel like their bedroom is an Airbnb by the ocean? Just grab yourself a rattan bed frame, slap the paint on your choice on it, pair it with neutral linens and you’re ready to wake up in paradise.
45. Clothes Rack
Remember when I said earlier that you could use rattan to make any piece of furniture, even clothing racks? Here is your proof. Not only is a rattan clothing rack practical, but it also looks stupendous.
Rattan bedroom furniture is becoming increasingly popular. The usage of rattan furniture is becoming increasingly common in interior design publications and show homes. Rattan furniture has a lot to offer, so don’t ignore it.