One of the things (some might say there are too many) I've vowed to do this year is to figure out what I like. I spend hours pouring over Instagram and Pinterest, blogs and books; I know my style, but I can't quite define it. I know I like bold colors, but I also have a soft spot for neutrals. I love metallics but I also die over rattans and jute weaves. I've been putting a lot of thought into branding and what my personal touches are. What colors speak to me? What textures and patterns? I'm all across the board! Which I guess is kind of the point, right? Style is what makes everyone unique, and sometimes throwing a name on it makes it seem more simple than it is. So I decided that I wanted to exercise my style and tap in to that little corner of my design wired brain and maybe help you to define what you like as well! I hope you enjoy these Monday posts, first up:
CANE | RATTAN
Cane (n): the hollow, jointed stem of a tall grass, especially bamboo or sugar cane, or the stem of a slender palm such as rattan.
Rattan (n): a naturally renewable palm that grows in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia and Australasia. Rattan continues to be an invaluable part of rural people’s livelihoods in South and Southeast Asia.