Text by Hannah Jones
Cane is back and better than ever. Embellished with contemporary finishes and sleek lines, the furniture of today is a far cry from your parent’s ’60s- and ’70s-era pieces. Whether thrift store finds with DIY updates or brand-new purchases, these caning pieces will bring a touch of natural texture and a new level of dimension to your home’s décor.
Lauren at Bless’er House transformed an old nightstand into a gorgeous piece that rivals the look of store-bought versions.
A once-basic BILLY bookcase from IKEA found new life with a fresh coat of paint and cane-panel doors to match.
Simple Headboard Makeover
Chelsea at @thehousethatblackbuilt revamped an ordinary black bed with a roll of caning to add a little bit of texture to her space.
All Cane, All Day
If you’re really ready to commit to cane, take note from Mandi at Vintage Revivals and create your own accent wall with these panels.
Leslie from Deeply Southern Home took a couple of blue cabinets and gave them a fresh new look with a coat of chalk paint, new hardware, and, of course, a roll of caning.
Can you imagine how beautiful this daybed from Target would look in a child’s room or on a large porch? We’re swooning!
Cane for the Kids
And on the note of children’s rooms, this bow chair from Maisonette might just be the cutest thing we’ve ever seen.
Contemporary Cane Bar
Going for a more contemporary take on the mid-century modern look? This cane-front bar cabinet is the perfect solution.
Elegance at its Finest
For a traditional look, this armchair from One Kings Lane would look beautiful in a French-style maison.
Casual dining has never looked better! These cane-back bistro-style chairs are a gorgeous take on a cottage classic.