We Are Seriously Crushing on Urban Outfitters' 'Marte' Collection

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You know us — we love, love, love cane details. And typically, items with caning tend to be quite pricey. (A lot of times, you find cane on well-maintained vintage pieces, or it's worked into more fancy-schmancy, high-design products.)

Which is why we've had our eye on the Marte collection by Urban Outfitters Home — a relatively affordable line of furniture with caned paneling that feels vaguely Danish in spirit. We'll note that Marte is not new — the cabinet has been available since at least the winter and we've had the bed bookmarked for a while. Only thing is, pieces from the Marte line seem to go very quickly.

But for today, at least, there's a restock on all things Marte and better yet: NEW ADDITIONS! We're freaking out over the vanity, plus we're definitely already picturing where that chic bookshelf can go. Here's everything we want (hint, hint):

Marte Storage Cabinet, $729

You could definitely use this for clothing storage, as the photo suggests. But we could also see this as a hutch or bar cabinet in your dining room.

Marte Vanity, $299

Whaaaaat? A caned vanity (canity?) with a flip-top mirror? We are so here for this. Just one question, Urban: Where's that matching chair?

Marte Lounge Chair, $379

Two options: natural or black. We can't decide!

Marte Bookshelf, $399

The scale of this bookshelf looks like it'd be a perfect option in a studio apartment.

Marte Platform Bed, $799

Grab this while you can — it's a popular item.

Marte Nightstand, $149

Same with these nightstands, which we spotted a few months ago but noticed they're frequently out of stock.

Marte Cantilever Chair, $299

Seriously, this chair is like something you could have bought at Design Within Reach.

Marte Bistro Chair, $279

We'd use this bistro chair as an accent (the structure seems like it might be just a wee bit too bulky for the dining table), or as a nightstand.

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