Rattan lamps – The calm and dreamy trend for a gorgeous spring

Besides the mid century lamps, we have a new popular model that’s trending this season – rattan lamps. These gorgeous deco elements look so dreamy and relaxing that you need to pick at least one for your darling home. Here are six ideas for you:

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1. The relaxing space

Choose a rattan lamp and rattan elements for your dining space and you will love this relaxing interior that will be ideal to serve brunch, lunch or dinner in this lovely season. Also, decorate this space with gorgeous flowers and plants for a dreamy spring interior.

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2. The darling open kitchen

Decorate your lovely kitchen island with bar stools and identical rattan lamps. The whole space will look lovely and calm, especially if you choose pastel shades for it like light blue or blush pink and a lot of flowers and plants.

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3. The calm living room

A rattan statement lamp will be absolutely perfect in a calm living room in neutral shades. Make this super relaxing interior also cozy and give it a hygge vibe – add knitted covers and cute pillows. Also, style your coffee table and add other rattan elements around the space, like a lazy chair or an ottoman.

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4. Scandinavian look

Mix rattan elements, with wooden deco details and Scandinavian furniture and hang your rattan lamp really low this way the whole interior will look dreamier and more relaxing. Also choose a neutral color palette and mix it with black and white prints.

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5. Dine in style

Decorate your dining space in an ethno inspired way and enjoy an exotic spring. This lovely deco scenario works really well with a rattan lamp and the whole look of the room will make you feel like you’re traveling, in a lovely space such as Morocco.

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6. The ethno style

Another cute ethno styling idea ix mixing printed elements with a lot of rattan furniture and of course a rattan lamp. Give contrast to this dining space with an ethno rug and also if you choose you’re dining space to be in an open kitchen, math it with some lovely ethno inspired tiles and a lot of green plants.

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