Rattan Umbrella Holder
This gorgeous umbrella holder brings the beauty of natural materials and handwoven authenticity to your entryway. Made from naturally aged rattan canes, it has an antique grey-brown colour that is the perfect complement to your farmhouse, Provincial or Hamptons style home. Umbrella holders are a great way to reduce clutter in your home, and work perfectly for holding your umbrellas near your front door for rainy days.
*Features a tin tray inside the base to catch any stray drips of water.
Wicker Storage for Your Home
Rattan is a strong material so this will be a sturdy piece to use in your hallway by the front door. Rattan is a natural material, and is a wonderfully sturdy and beautiful way to incorporate storage into your home. This umbrella holder is a great way to clear up a bit of clutter from your front hallway or mudroom, and is perfect for keeping mess from taking over your home. Take a look at the rest of our gorgeous rattan collection here.
Stands approx 60cm tall and 28cm diameter.
This item ships from our Peakhurst NSW warehouse. Usually despatched in 1-3 days with Australia Post.
If you choose to collect this item, it will be available from the Peakhurst NSW warehouse. You will receive an SMS when it is ready to collect.
Have you seen our rattan wingback chair?
- 60cm tall
- 28cm in diameter
- Made from natural rattan
Note that measurements are approximate as there can be minor variations during production.
Rattan is a beautiful material for making furniture that naturally grows in very long canes perfect for weaving. To create a basket, the canes are cut down and then the long bundles are soaked in water for a few weeks to produce this lovely aged, warm grey colour known locally as 'kubu'. It is a very strong material that is perfect for making lightweight yet very sturdy pieces.
As a natural material, rattan is sensitive to its environment and a little bit of care and attention will keep it at its best.
- Keep your rattan out of direct sunlight and do not keep it where it can get wet from rain. The sun can cause the colour of the rattan to change and it can also cause it to dry and split.
- Brush your rattan on a regular basis to remove dust and prevent the growth of mildew. If you live in a humid climate, make sure to do this more often. Using a brush allows you to get into the gaps in the weaving to keep the chair free of dust and dirt.
- To clean the rattan, simple wipe it down with a damp (not wet) cloth dipped in a solution of warm water and mild dish soap. Do not over wet the rattan and do not use harsh chemicals or abrasives. Make sure it can dry quickly.
- If something is spilled on it, clean it straight away. Colours from the spill can be absorbed into the natural material so don't leave it.
- As a handwoven item, if you notice any rattan canes or poles that have become unwoven, simply slip them back into their original position by hand.
Some variations in the canes used in the weaving are to be expected as it is a natural material. These are not considered imperfections but are inherent to the character of a natural handwoven product.