Editor Approved: Target's 10 Best Rattan Pieces

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What is it about warmer temps that just make us start coveting natural materials? Maybe it's about feeling like we can finally embrace nature? Rattan feels like it perfectly fits that mindset and while you can spend boatloads of money on the trend we've noticed that Target's rattan wares are, well, pretty darn great. Here are our top 10 picks — yes, there's a lot of the Opalhouse line in there, but we can't help but love it!

Opalhouse Rattan Bar Cart, $119.99
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Here's a bar cart that's extra versatile — you can also use it as a side table or plant stand. Plus those roller wheels make it so easy to move around.

Opalhouse Isabella Rattan Armchair, $180.49
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Use it inside or outside — your choice!

Opalhouse Rattan Tripod Lamp, $71.99
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Rattan in black makes it 10 times chicer.

Safavieh Rattan Headboard, $249.99
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The price is right for this rattan headboard.

Opalhouse Round Rattan Mirror, $49.99
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Not sure a larger piece fits your vibe? Try this cute mirror.

Opalhouse White Rattan Basket, $27.99
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Perfect for clutter.

Rattan Maharaja Pet Bed, $119.99
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Your furry friend is gonna look hella fine in this stately pet bed.

Opalhouse Three-Piece Patio Set, $270
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This set will give your patio an instant makeover.

Project 62 Rattan and Cane Plant Stand, $55.99
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Here's a sophisticated, boho way to house your plants.

Opalhouse Rhea Rattan Ottoman, $61.74
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Use this as an add-on to a chair, or on its own as a small bench.


Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein

Leonora Epstein is Hunker's Senior Director of Content. She has previously served as Executive Editor at HelloGiggles and as BuzzFeed's Deputy Editorial Director. She is the co-author of "X vs. Y: A Culture War, a Love Story" (Abrams, 2014). Feel free to reach out at leonora@hunker.com.