Rattan furniture is one of the oldest furniture varieties in the world, first brought to Europe by European merchant ships in the 17th century. Baskets made of the rush were found in Egypt, dating back to 2000 BC, and portraits of eunuchs sitting on wicker chairs are often seen in ancient Roman frescoes. In ancient India and the Philippines, people used rattan to make all kinds of furniture or cut rattan sticks into very thin and flat rattan, edited into various patterns and used as chair backs, cabinet doors, or rattan utensils.
Therefore, rattan furniture has a very elegant production, which needs to be polished, varnished, and even painted to make the finished product look firm and durable. In terms of shape, it also jumps out of the traditional frame, changing the simple and clumsy of the past. Like many rattan furniture, the lines are smooth and soft, the shape is luxurious and comfortable, and it has a heroic and elegant style, making rattan furniture incomparable. Lose simplicity and naturalness, fresh and refreshing.
Rattan furniture combines hand weaving and industrial production and skillfully combines different shapes, patterns, and even fabrics, all of which maintain the original color. Each piece is like a handicraft bestowed by nature. It is a shortcut to the relationship between man and nature. natural bridge.
The ultraviolet rays of the sun will degenerate the rattan and become brittle, and the long-term sunlight will make the white rattan furniture yellow, the brown-red shiny red rattan furniture will partially fade, and the expensive bamboo and rattan furniture will dry, loosen and come off. In direct sunlight, you may wish to use translucent white tulle curtains to separate the direct sunlight, so as to protect the rattan furniture without affecting the indoor lighting.