Like much of civilization, wicker traces its roots to ancient Egypt and China, where everyday objects were crafted from reed and cane. By the late 1800s, woven-rattan furniture was all the rage in America. Channeling Victorian tastes, manufacturers twisted the strong, flexible strands into curlicued flourishes, assuring wicker’s place in history.
Wicker Hanging Lounge by Blackman Cruz Workshop from Tamara Magel
Antalya Outdoor Armchair by McGuire
Bridgeport Sofa by Palecek
Palmetto All-Weather Wicker Accent Table by Pottery Barn
Capsule Bench/Cocktail Table by Janus Et Cie
Hamptons Ring Table from DDC
Bel Air Barstool by Roche Bobois