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Rattan seats

An exceptional collection of rattan seats for indoors or outdoors. Handcrafted rattan chairs.

Made-to-measure possibilities and a very wide variety of colors, cane weaves and products: rattan chairs, rattan high chairs, rattan armchairs, rattan half-moon benches, benches and stools.

Creations and artisanal realizations in rattan entirely handmade.

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  • Velvet and Cane Chair Howard

    €620.00

    The Howard chair, a chair with armrests made with a velvet seat, satin bronze-coloured metal structure and its rectangular backrest with rounded corners in rubberwood and natural cane.

    A style that is both modern and vintage in the style of the 50s.

    Very nice chair made with a seat covered in green velvet and a rectangular backrest in natural cane, frame in lightly ceruse wood. Very pretty structure in satin bronze tubular steel.

    This chair is designed exclusively for indoor use.

    Beyond its singular beauty, the Howard chair is very comfortable, light and very resistant.

    This attractive chair will undoubtedly beautify your kitchen, living room, conservatory or restaurant.

    Dimensions (length x width x height): 65 x 67 x 81 cm.

    Weight: 6 kg.

    Leg measurement: 2X2X40 cm.

    Seat dimensions: 49x48x8 cm.

    Seat height: 49 cm.

    Seat density: 35-40kg/M3

    Armrest height: 70 cm.

    Backrest measurement: 45x2.5x40 cm.

    Weight supported: 90 kg.

    Minimum order: 2 pieces.

  • Round Rattan Chair w/ Metal Feet

    The chair with a round seat, rattan backrest and metal legs.

    Very beautiful handcrafted chair with a rattan backrest without weaving, an upholstered seat cushion and black-finish tubular metal legs.

    Light and resistant, restaurant chair or kitchen chair.

    Sturdy and lightweight non-stackable furniture.

    A beautiful French craftsmanship, this folding chair is entirely handmade.

    Overall width: 41 cm

    Overall depth:

    50cm

    Overall height: 88cm

    Seat width:

    Wide seat (43cm), Standard seat (39cm)

    Seat height :

    45cm

    Stackability:

    Stackable

    Availability: Made to order

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Colors:

    Natural Fiber

    Structure materials:

    Steel, Light Rattan (Manila)

    Weight: 5kg

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Elegant Rattan Chair, Made On Order

    The Fleur rattan chair. Superb handcrafted rattan chair, made on demand.

    Chair woven in your colors, sturdy and light stackable furniture.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, the Fleur chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Fleur chair is entirely handmade.

    Seat width: custom

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor, Outdoor friendly

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: Beige satin – Pantone 7502, White satin, Soft blue satin – Pantone 5493, Soft green satin – Pantone 557

    Structure materials: Dark rattan (Malacca)

    Weaving range: classic

    Colours: Satin Beige – Pantone 7502, Satin Ultramarine Blue – Pantone 534, Satin Royal Blue, Satin Terracotta, Satin Olive Green – Pantone 5743

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: Wide seat

    Overall height: 85cm

    Overall width: 35cm

    Overall depth: 47cm

    Weight: 5kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Rattan Chair Parisienne, 16 Colors Available

    €375.00

    The Majestic rattan chair.

    16 colors available in stock!

    Very beautiful handcrafted rattan chair.

    Available from stock.

    Sturdy and lightweight stackable furniture.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, the Majestic chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Majestic chair is entirely handmade.

    Seat width: 39cm

    Stackability: stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: 16 colors available in stock.

    Structure materials: Light rattan (Manila)

    Weaving range: basics

    Seat height: 45cm

    Overall height: 85cm

    Overall width: 45cm

    Overall depth: 50cm

    Weight: 5kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Superb Rattan Half Moon Bench, Made to Order

    Superb bench in the shape of a half moon in woven rattan is made exclusively to measure. This magnificent bench will contribute to the general atmosphere of your interior or exterior ambiance.

    Handcrafted rattan bench, made to order.

    Price upon request.

    This marvelous cane bench is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, this bench is light and very resistant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Guinguette bench is entirely handmade.

    Custom seat.

    Stackability: not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-outdoor

    Fiber: Brilliant (Rilsan)

    Colours: Gloss Bordeaux, Gloss Yellow, Gloss Putty

    Structure materials: Light rattan (Manila)

    Weaving range: prestige

    Seat height: 45cm

    Overall height: custom

    Overall width: custom

    Overall depth: custom

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

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  • Magnificent Rattan Chair, Made on Order

    Superb handcrafted rattan chair, made on demand.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, this exceptional rattan chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, this chair is entirely handmade.

    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor, Outdoor friendly

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Structure materials: Dark rattan (Malacca)

    Weaving range: exceptions

    Colours: Satin Beige – Pantone 7502, Satin Ultramarine Blue – Pantone 534, Satin Royal Blue, Satin Terracotta, Satin Olive Green – Pantone 5743

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: Wide seat

    Overall height: 81cm

    Overall width: 58cm

    Overall depth: 63cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Large Rattan Armchair Vintage Style 1900's

    €659.00
    Imposing armchair in vintage style but light, entirely woven with natural lamina, it can be woven "to measure" in synthetic fibre.
    Available from stock, price on request.
    This natural fiber armchair.
    This large rattan armchair will embellish your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.
    Overall height: 80cm
    Overall width: 64cm
    Overall depth: 62cm
    Weight: 7kg
    Seat height: 45cm
    Seat width: 43 cm wide seat
    Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor (this furniture must absolutely remain dry.)
    Colors: Cannage Natural blade
    Stackability: Not stackable
    Material: Light Rattan (Manila)
    Fiber: Natural Blade
    Finish: Glossy varnish
    Possibility of weaving the Cruise line armchair in your colors, a made-to-measure production with the color of caning and the weaving of your choice (see photos).

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before drying the furniture to

    so that it can dry out. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Renato Chair

    €978.00 -5% €1,029.17
    The vintage style Renato Chair is made in the spirit of iconic furniture from Chandigarh. Skilfully crafted from solid wood, this classic brown accent chair is provided with V-shaped legs and a seat and backrest of handwoven rattan cane. 
  • Renato Dining Chair

    €1,292.00 -5% €1,360.00
    The vintage style Reanto Chair is made in the spirit of iconic furniture designer Pierre Jeanneret. 
    Skilfully crafted from solid wood, it is provided with a classic brown finish. 
    The beautiful openwork seat and backrest comprise handwoven rattan cane.
  • Rattan Dining Chair Renato, Jeanneret Style

    €718.00 -5% €755.50
    Inspired by the iconic design furniture of Pierre Jeanneret, the black Dining Chair Pablo pairs quality with simplicity. Crafted from solid wood, this sturdy dining chair with arms features the V-shaped legs that are characteristic of Jeanneret’s celebrated vintage designs. Handwoven rattan cane adorns the seat and backrest.
  • Cocktail Chair Lacquered Black Renato

    €1,292.00 -5% €1,360.00
    The vintage style Renato Chair is made in the spirit of iconic furniture designer Pierre Jeanneret. Skilfully crafted from solid wood, it is provided with a black finish. The beautiful openwork seat and backrest comprise handwoven rattan cane. 
  • Dining Chair Lacquered Black Renato

    €748.00 -5% €787.16
    Inspired by the iconic design furniture of Pierre Jeanneret, the classic brown Renato Dining Chair pairs quality with simplicity. 
    Crafted from solid wood, this sturdy dining chair with arms features the V-shaped legs that are characteristic of Jeanneret’s celebrated vintage designs.
  • Dining Chair Renato

    €748.00 -5% €787.16
    Inspired by the iconic design furniture of Pierre Jeanneret, the classic brown Pablo Dining Chair pairs quality with simplicity. 
    Crafted from solid wood, this sturdy dining chair with arms features the V-shaped legs that are characteristic of Jeanneret’s celebrated vintage designs.
  • Renato Dining Chair

    €573.00 -5% €602.50
    Inspired by the iconic design furniture of Pierre Jeanneret, the classic brown Pablo Dining Chair pairs quality with simplicity. 
    Crafted from solid wood, this sturdy dining chair with arms features the V-shaped legs that are characteristic of Jeanneret’s celebrated vintage designs.
  • Rattan Armchair Ivory & Black, Retro Style

    High armchair in the style of the 1900s. Superb handcrafted armchair in woven rattan.

    Manufacturing on demand.

    Welcoming with its fully woven high backrest and its generous shapes, its rattan decorations in the shape of flowers, this atypical armchair can be either a restaurant, bistro, café, garden or dining room armchair woven in the colors of your desires which is as beautiful inside as it is outside.

    Very comfortable, this high rattan armchair is nevertheless light and very resistant.

    This armchair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, this remarkable armchair is entirely handmade.

    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Brilliant (Rilsan)

    Colours: Glossy Ivory – Pantone 155, Glossy Black – Pantone 426

    Structure materials: Dark rattan (Malacca)

    Weaving range: classic

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: Wide seat (43 cm).

    Overall height: 112cm

    Overall width: 62cm

    Overall depth: 60cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Varnish and paint: Unvarnished

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Thonet Style Armchair Edgard, Made On Order

    €700.00
    The Edgard black chair. Beautiful chair made of lacquered black beech and sitting in cane. A chair made entirely on order and by hand. This chair is designed for indoor use. Beyond its singular beauty, the Edgard chair is very comfortable, light and very resistant thanks to the beech wood which is the most resistant wood for furniture. Ideal with a raw wood or marble table.
  • Thonet Style Chair Edgard, Made To Order

    €459.00
    The Edgard black chair in the Thonet style. Beautiful chair made of lacquered black beech and sitting in cane. A chair made entirely on order and by hand. This chair is designed for indoor use. Beyond its singular beauty, the Edgard chair is very comfortable, light and very resistant thanks to the beech wood which is the most resistant wood for furniture. Ideal with a raw wood or marble table.
  • Renato Armchair

    €607.00 -5% €637.92
    Inspired by Caribbean plantation homes, the Pablo armchair evokes the lush atmosphere of a tropical paradise.
    This attractive handmade piece of furniture includes a mahogany wood frame with a black lacquered finish and a natural cane seat and back.
  • Canned Armchair Renato

    €718.00 -5% €755.50

    Inspired by Caribbean plantation homes, the Pablo armchair evokes the lush atmosphere of a tropical paradise.

    This attractive handmade piece of furniture includes a mahogany wood frame with a black lacquered finish and a natural cane seat and back.

    Seat height: 33 cm

    Depth of seat: 83 cm

  • Rattan Dining Chair Honey Color

    €434.00
    Beautiful chair made of honey-colored cane rattan. Conjure up the sunny ambience of the Southern hemisphere with the honey coloured rattan Colony Chair with arms. Drawing inspiration from vintage colonial dining chairs, this hand woven lightweight furniture piece with original stem patterned frame is easy to stack.
  • Rattan Chair Honey Color

    €435.00
    Beautiful chair made of honey-colored cane rattan. Conjure up the sunny ambience of the Southern hemisphere with the honey coloured rattan Colony Chair with arms. Drawing inspiration from vintage colonial dining chairs, this hand woven lightweight furniture piece with original stem patterned frame is easy to stack.
  • Rattan Medallion Chair, made on Demand

    The rattan medallion chair. Superb handcrafted rattan chair, made on demand.
    Price upon request.
    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.
    Very comfortable, the Anatole chair is light and very resistant.
    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.
    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Anatole chair is entirely handmade.
    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm
    Stackability: stackable
    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-outdoor
    Fiber: Brilliant (Rilsan)
    Colours: Gloss Bordeaux, Gloss Yellow, Gloss Putty
    Structure materials: Dark rattan (Malacca)
    Weaving range: prestige
    Colours: Brilliant Burgundy – Pantone 188, Jade Green – Pantone 556, Brilliant Mint Green – Pantone 5787
    Seat height: 45cm
    Overall height: 87cm
    Overall width: 50cm
    Overall depth: 45cm
    Weight: 5kg
    Varnish and paint: Varnish
    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.
    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.
    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.
    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.
    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.
    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.
    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.
    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.
    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.
    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.
    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:
    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.
    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.
    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).
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  • Rattan Armchair 1900s Vintage Style

    Imposing vintage 1900 style armchair but light (7kg), "tailor-made" woven in synthetic fiber.

    Price upon request.

    This synthetic fiber armchair can be left outside friends in order to preserve the quality of the rattan furniture, it is imperative to store it in a dry place during the winter season. It does not support prolonged bad weather and/or high permanent humidity.

    This large rattan armchair will embellish your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    Overall height: 80cm

    Overall width: 64cm

    Overall depth: 62cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: 43 cm wide seat

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Material: dark rattan

    Weaving fiber: Brilliant (Rilsan)

    Colour: Brilliant Red – Pantone 1807, Brilliant Old Rose – Pantone 7522

    Finish: Varnish

    The Cruise Line armchair is also presented here in natural rattan fibre.

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before drying the furniture to

    so that it can dry out. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

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  • Prestigious Rattan Chair, Made On Demand

    Superb handcrafted rattan chair, made on demand.

    Chair available in several colors: ask us.

    Sturdy and lightweight stackable furniture.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, this elegant rattan chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, entirely handmade.

    Seat width: wide 43 cm

    Stackability: stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: Satin white, Satin soft blue – Pantone 5493, Satin black – Pantone Black C, Satin orange.

    Structure materials: Aluminum

    Weaving range: prestige

    Seat height: 45cm

    Overall height: 84cm

    Overall width: 40cm

    Overall depth: 45cm

    Weight: 5kg

    Varnish and paint: powder coating

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Natural Woven Rattan Armchair 1920s

    €684.00
    This rattan armchair, all woven in natural slats, is a great vintage classic for the garden, terrace, veranda from the 1920s. Supplied with its seat cushions.
    We love its retro style from the banks of the Marne in the 1900s. As beautiful inside as it is outside, this armchair will enhance your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.
    This natural woven rattan armchair should be kept out of the rain.
    A magnificent French craftsmanship, this caned rattan armchair is entirely handmade.
    Overall height: 95 cm
    Overall width: 61cm
    Overall depth: 78cm
    Weight: 7kg
    Seat height: 45cm
    Seat width: Wide seat 43cm
    Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor only
    Stackability: Not stackable
    Material: Light Rattan (Manila)
    Colors: natural fiber
    Rattan is a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.
    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.
    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.
    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.
    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.
    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.
    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.
    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.
    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.
    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:
    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.
    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.
    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Beige Rattan Armchair, Vintage Style

    €750.00

    Imposing vintage 1900 style armchair but light (7kg), entirely woven with natural blade, it can be woven "to measure" in synthetic fiber.

    Available from stock.

    This natural fiber armchair must be protected from the rain.

    This large rattan armchair will embellish your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    Overall height: 78cm

    Overall width: 75cm

    Overall depth: 53cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Seat height: 45cm

    Height of the armrests: 72 cm

    Seat width: 43 cm wide seat

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Colours: Satin beige – Pantone 7502, Satin black – Pantone Black C

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Weaving fibers: Satin (Raucord)

    Finish: Varnish

    Structure materials: Light rattan (Manila)

    Rattan is a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Rattan Armchair Sophia 1920's, Made On Order

    The Sophia armchair from the 1920s. Superb handcrafted armchair in woven rattan.

    Manufacturing on demand.

    Welcoming with its fully woven high backrest and generous shapes, the Sophia armchair is an armchair for a restaurant, bistro, café, garden or dining room in woven rattan in the colors of your desires, non-stackable, is as beautiful inside as it is outside .

    Very comfortable, the Sophia armchair is light and very resistant.

    This armchair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Sophia armchair is entirely handmade.

    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: Satin White, Satin Soft Blue – Pantone 5493, Satin Ivory – Pantone 7506

    Structure materials: Light rattan (Manila)

    Weaving range: masterpiece.

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: Wide seat (43 cm).

    Overall height: 120cm

    Overall width: 62cm

    Overall depth: 72cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Varnish and paint: Unvarnished

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Large Cane Rattan Armchair, Made On Order

    Superb handcrafted armchair in woven rattan.

    This cane rattan armchair with natural slat underlined with tinted slat naturally finds its place as a garden armchair, living room armchair in town, veranda armchair facing the sea.

    This chair must be protected from the rain.

    Manufacturing on demand.

    Welcoming with its fully woven backrest and its generous shapes, this armchair is a restaurant armchair, in the colors of your desires, non-stackable, and is as beautiful inside as it is outside.

    Very comfortable, this cane rattan armchair is light and very resistant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, this armchair is entirely handmade.

    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: Satin Chocolate – Pantone 476, Satin Ivory – Pantone 7506, Satin Terracotta

    Structure materials: Light rattan (Manila)

    Weaving range: Classic

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: Wide seat (43 cm).

    Overall height: 102cm

    Overall width: 61cm

    Overall depth: 63cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

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  • Rattan Armchair Gabrielle, Made On Order

    The Gabrielle chair. Superb handcrafted armchair in woven rattan.

    Manufacturing on demand.

    Welcoming with its fully woven backrest and its generous shapes, the Gabrielle armchair is an armchair for restaurants, bistros, cafés, gardens or dining rooms in woven rattan in the colors of your desires, non-stackable and is as beautiful inside as it is outside.

    Very comfortable, the Gabrielle armchair is light and very resistant.

    This armchair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Gabrielle armchair is entirely handmade.

    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm

    Stackability: Not stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: Satin Beige – Pantone 7502, Satin Ultramarine Blue – Pantone 534, Satin Royal Blue, Satin Terracotta, Satin Olive Green – Pantone 5743

    Structure materials: Dark rattan (Malacca)

    Weaving range: exceptions

    Colours: Satin Beige – Pantone 7502, Satin Ultramarine Blue – Pantone 534, Satin Royal Blue, Satin Terracotta, Satin Olive Green – Pantone 5743

    Seat height: 45cm

    Seat width: Wide seat (43 cm).

    Overall height: 81cm

    Overall width: 58cm

    Overall depth: 63cm

    Weight: 7kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

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  • Rattan chair, 5 finishes available

    €409.00

    The Roma rattan chair.

    Very beautiful handcrafted rattan chair.

    Available from stock. A limited series.

    Sturdy and lightweight stackable furniture.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, the Roma chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French craftsmanship, the Roma chair is entirely handmade.

    Seat width: 39cm

    Stackability: stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Colours: Satin Beige – Pantone 7502, Satin White, Satin Black – Pantone Black C

    Structure materials: Light rattan (Manila)

    Weaving range: basics

    Colours: Satin Beige – Pantone 7502, Satin Ultramarine Blue – Pantone 534, Satin Royal Blue, Satin Terracotta, Satin Olive Green – Pantone 5743

    Seat height: 45cm

    Overall height: 85cm

    Overall width: 47cm

    Overall depth: 49cm

    Weight: 5kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Folding Rattan Chair, 4 colors available

    €325.00

    The rattan and steel folding chair.

    Very beautiful handcrafted chair in rattan and metal structure.

    Available from stock. A limited series.

    Sturdy and lightweight stackable furniture.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Comfortable, this woven fiber chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A beautiful French craftsmanship, this folding chair is entirely handmade.

    Seat width: 39cm

    Stackability: stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-Outdoor

    Fiber: Satin (Raucord)

    Structure materials: Steel, Marine plywood

    Weaving range: classic

    Seat height: 45cm

    Overall height: 90cm

    Overall width: 40cm

    Overall depth: 50cm

    Weight: 5kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

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  • Rattan Chair, Jade Color

    The rattan chair with its square backrest. Superb handcrafted rattan chair, made on demand.

    Price upon request.

    This cane chair is ideal for your terrace, in your garden but also for your interior.

    Very comfortable, this beautiful chair is light and very resistant.

    This chair will beautify your living room, your kitchen, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    A magnificent French artisanal achievement, entirely handmade.

    Type: chair with wide seat 43cm

    Stackability: stackable

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-outdoor

    Fiber: Brilliant (Rilsan)

    Colours: Bright White, Bright Burgundy – Pantone 188, Jade Green – Pantone 556

    Structure materials: Dark rattan (Malacca)

    Weaving range: classic

    Seat height: 45cm

    Overall height: 79cm

    Overall width: 40cm

    Overall depth: 48cm

    Weight: 5kg

    Varnish and paint: Varnish

    Rattan, a material with extraordinary properties with limits.

    Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

  • Black Rattan Armchair, Made to Order

    Vintage 1900 style armchair but light (6kg), fully woven in shiny synthetic fiber (Rilsan) on a wicker structure.

    This armchair can be personalized in its weaving and colors.

    This woven rattan armchair in the colors of your desires can be stacked and resists in all climates.

    It is presented to you here in these colors: Shiny Black – Pantone 426, Shiny Pine Green – Pantone 3485

    This rattan armchair will embellish your kitchen, your living room, your terrace, your veranda or your restaurant.

    Overall height: 82cm

    Overall width: 58cm

    Overall depth: 53cm

    Weight: 6kg

    Seat height: 45cm

    Armrest height: 70cm

    Seat width: 43 cm wide seat

    Indoor/Outdoor: Semi-outdoor

    Stackability: Stackable

    Weaving fiber: Brilliant (Rilsan)

    Structure material: dark riton (Malacca)

    Possibility of weaving the Riverside armchair in your colors, a made-to-measure production in synthetic fiber with the color of caning and the weaving of your choice (see photos).

    Rattan is a material with extraordinary properties with limits. Rattan is a vine of the Palm race, which grows in very humid or even swampy equatorial forests.

    With its siliceous skin like glass, this extremely solid and light vine is particularly resistant to humidity, as are tropical woods, teak or others.

    But this resistance has its limits. Exposed to rain, rattan resists very well for a whole day or even a few days. But if this rain continues for too many hours, the humidity will gradually penetrate the Rattan, and day after day the material kept damp will end up slowly degrading and losing its resistance qualities.

    The physical limits of rattan imply precautions for use. On the terraces of Parisian cafes, the chairs can last for decades while they are often in the rain all day for long periods. But they are piled up every night under cover and can thus dry out.

    More generally, rattan can withstand rain for long hours without compromising its longevity, but must be able to dry regularly.

    In practice, rattan furniture can stay outside throughout the "summer season", the weather is hot and rather dry, continuous rains exceptionally last more than three or four days and Rattan withstands such rains without degrading.

    But as soon as the season advances, the temperature drops, there is a lot of condensation and humidity, the Rattan will gradually become humid, the long and heavy rains accentuating this degradation. In practice, these are sensitive situations by the sea.

    It is then imperative to put the seats under shelter, a ventilated shelter to avoid progressive humidification as soon as the "bad season" arrives, in practice from mid-October to mid-March for a continental climate.

    The alternative if you want to use your Rattan furniture all year round, is to put it away daily, every evening, as Parisian terraces do.

    In summary, 2 main principles to respect:

    During the winter season (October 15 to March 15 in Europe) in all climates: the furniture must be stored “dry”. It can however be left outside during the day, but must imperatively be put in the dry during the night.

    During the "beautiful season", the rest of the time, the Rattan can remain permanently outside.

    However, if a lasting rain arrives, the Rattan should only be left in this rain for two or three days at the most, before putting the furniture in the dry place so that it can dry. He only takes it out once the rain has stopped (In any case, a terrace cannot be used in the rain).

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