Adding rattan or cane to Ikea furniture is an easy and quick way to give the furniture a Nordic/bohemian edge that will fit perfectly in your home. There is something so comforting about natural fibres that instantly brings a sense of calm to the room´s ambience. We have searched high and low for the best Ikea rattan hacks, to help you create the perfect look in your home.
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Adding Rattan Cane to Ikea furniture instantly turns them in to a luxurious item. For these hacks you will need Rattan Cane and a glue gun.
Adding a candle to a room bring a sense of instant calm, pair this up with rattan candle holders and you have a look that will fit perfectly in any room. Adding rattan to glass candle holders turns some low cost glass candle holders in to expensive looking pieces.
Changing the handles for some leather pulls and rattan in the door brings and instant Nordic look to your furniture. This matches perfectly with white furniture and will brighten up any room.
If you are thinking to paint your furniture piece but are not sure which colour, here is a nice example of how black can create a more dramatic elegant look. Since rattan in neutral it ill match any colour, but the furniture colour should fit into the over all look.
The following has used the billy bookcase and integrated into the wall, again cream colours have been used and long black cupboard handles. Adding natural brickwork look wallpaper makes a great feature wall.
Here is a Ivar Rattan Hack and one of my favourites, the delicate grey colour chosen brings such a sophisticated look to the unit. Tall long legs and rattan cane are a perfect finish.
A very similar look, just changing out the legs and pull handles.
Paint the furniture black for a dramatic look and team with neutral, natural accessories.
Its hard to believe the following hack started with a plain white Kallax.