Interior design trends are like clothes, they cycle in and out regularly. I’m sure you’ve seen the resurgence of cane furniture, which reminds me of the return of oh, I don’t know, the scrunchy? Caning is the open-weave graphic treatment of rattan that you’ll recognize from mid-century modern dining chairs and all the way back to 19th century antique settees. Does it conjure images of broken pieces? I don’t blame ya; I, too, have a pair of vintage cane chairs and one of them has a “sensitive” spot. I appreciate this trend for it’s way to incorporate a retro-California-beachy-yet-modern vibe all at the same time and the natural texture plays well into the current bohemian craze. Here are some of my favorite cane furniture pieces at various price points.