Rattan, beaded chandeliers
Date Posted:7 June 2018
Rayell is all about the clean lovely lines of rattan occasional chairs and beaded chandeliers.
Rattan was a hugely popular trend in the late 70s and early 80s and thankfully much has changed since then. Re-imagined and revitalised, rattan has made a huge comeback largely due to its ability to fit into a range of differing interior aesthetics.
One of the current favourites is the seemingly perennial Hamptons or coastal style trends. Known for its relaxed and fresh appeal, rattan products are a natural fit, seamlessly blending with the crisp whites and vibrant blues, sea greens and natural wood products. Whilst cool and refreshing, it is truly trans-seasonal.
In addition to its obvious style benefits, rattan is practical, durable and hard wearing. Because of the flexibility of the wood during the manufacture, it’s the perfect material to produce not only furniture but homeware accessories like baskets, bags and frames.
Blending products is all part of the Rayell product aspirations for 2018. The idea is to produce a range of basics that will highlight existing décor. The collection will interplay between the prevalent styles and aesthetics of the year. Naturally, these products will play a role across bohemian, tribal and Hamptons interiors, injecting a new dimension whilst expanding the product offerings.
A further addition to this is Rayell’s new collection of beaded chandeliers. The company recently launched one beaded chandelier with three colourways. Due to its immediate popularity Rayell has expanded this collection to include three more designs. All featuring natural wood beading, offset by a metal casing, the new designs come in the three colourways of white, natural and black.
Of course, all its new products are offset by the artwork Rayell has become synonymous with. The company has geared its artwork collection to provide the opportunity to its customers to cross-sell across the whole Rayell range.
To see the new collection in its entirety visit Rayell at the upcoming AGHA Melbourne Gift Fair, Stand L27.
(This is a Featured Article on giftguideonline.com.au)