Cannage Or How The Mesh Furniture Has Returned

The trends in furniture change and evolve at the speed of light. If you want to be aware, you can not lose yourself for a second of what will come this season in decoration, we take care that absolutely no trends in interior design miss you.

On this occasion, we want to discover the latest trend in furniture design. In this case, we will talk about furniture with vintage air, the mesh furniture or cannage have been rescued from the trunk of memories and placed at the forefront in interior design to complete the look of our house. The most innovative design studios have rescued this ancient natural fiber braiding technique to present their latest furniture collections.

Many of you will remember the mesh chairs inspired by 18th century English furniture that our grandmothers wore proudly and probably inherited from their ancestors. The cannage is the famous rattan braiding that for centuries has woven the seat of chairs and rocking chairs made by craftsmen from Southeast Asia and that we commonly call grid.

It is precisely this braiding that provides strength and beauty to the furniture. Armchairs, chairs, armchairs, headboards, sideboards … any piece of furniture is susceptible to falling into the cannage networks. It is so irresistible that we find more and more furniture made with this technique. Usually, we discover it accompanied by wood or textile since its natural origin invites us to combine it with these two materials.

The cannage is extremely light, resistant and its flexibility allows it to adapt to the shapes of any design. It is precisely these qualities that have crowned it as the main element in the furniture collections at the latest design fairs.

From now on, no one will resist incorporating furniture with a grill or cannage inside their homes or businesses. It is perfect for decorating any space in the house, even outdoors. Our favorites are the traditional mesh chairs and the new cabinets with fronts made with this same technique.










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Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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