Key material of the fisties and the sixties, the natural rattan cane makes a remarkable come-back and shows new modernity. Flexible and very resistant, this material is still proven and remains a source of inspiration for contemporary creations.
This natural rattan XXL weaving gives a new rustic look to this range with simple shapes and smooth comfort. Light colours are ranging from beige to faded grey.
These traditional rattan models have been sold by Kok Maison for more than 50 years now. They remain charming and authentic yet definitely becoming essentials. Some of them have been colored in trendy colours, completely fashionable.
This very special rattan specie has been soaked in 100 % natural pigments. It gives a wonderful light urban grey shine to these soft contemporary shapes.
All effects are allowed ! Textiles look like tanned leather. It borrows from suede his soft peach skin touch. And as in the seventies, it fits to leatherette and metal chrome. Nothing like making a wooden table or lacquered library twisting together...
What makes our furniture so different and durable ? Their volumes, their storage capacities, their in temporary lines... Also the water-based paints, solft and deep, creamy and environment respecting...
The brushed teak is in itself a testimony of its long history. Recycled from old building's carpentry wood, it has been reprocessed to become a unique and authentic piece of furniture with inherent imperfections, holes and crevasses.