Ah, wicker. It's been around the block - dating all the way back to ancient Egypt!
Wicker had a heyday during the golden era of the Victorian Era (1860-1880), first made its way to America on the Mayflower in 1620, became a booming trend in the 1960s with Heywood Wakefield Rattan Furniture, and made yet another resurgence when synthetic resin wicker became a popular commercial grade product in the mid 2000’s.
Nowadays, wicker is often worked into both traditional & bohemian styled settings. IKEA even recently released a line of synthetic wicker furniture and seagrass baskets.
It can be styled in so many ways! We put together an eclectic, boho look for you with a teal and white traditional-style wicker table for two. Using soft pastels with fruit and floral prints, this dining setup could be the perfect late summer patio hideaway or sunny breakfast nook.
Get the look from Vintage 54 Collective:
• Wicker Table & Chairs
• Boho Painted Wooden Salad Bowl
• Handpainted Clock
• Paper Mache Painted Antlers
• Vintage Bowls
• Floral Acrylic Painting
• Vintage Milk Pitcher with Stopper
• Vintage Floral Napkins
• Pair of Teal Scrolled Accent Pillows
• Mid Century Silverware