From wood beads to rattan, grasscloth to seagrass, earthy materials help to warm up any decor. Timeless and adaptable natural finishes and furnishings make compatible roommates for a variety of interiors, easily settling into even the most modern of designs. Here are some finds we’d welcome home.
Grasscloth wallpaper makes a subtle statement in any room. Find Kenneth James Canton Road, shown here in Anhui Black and Fujian Silver, online at wallpaperwarehouse.com. Photo by Meda Kessler
Designer Daniel Pouzet sketched the handwoven rattan Palmeria High-Back Lounge Chair in one flowing line to create its relaxed, organic shape. $1,795, RH Photo courtesy of RH
Promising extended happy hours, the frame of the Sanibel Bar is handcrafted of sun-bleached bent rattan. Tightly woven rattan shelves offer plenty of space for glassware. $599, Ballard Designs Photo courtesy of Ballard Designs
Mix and match placemats made of natural materials for an eclectic table setting. Round wood beads stud the design from Kim Seybert; woven abaca fibers are cut and sewn into a floral Deborah Rhodes mat. $79 and $23, P.S. The Letter Photo by Meda Kessler
Ballard Designs The Shops at Clearfork, 5122 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth, 682-316-2901; Preston Royal Village, 6025 Royal Lane, Dallas, 469-914-8146; ballarddesigns.com P.S. The Letter 2100 Hulen St., Fort Worth, 817-731-2032, pstheletter.com RH 4531 McKinney Ave., Dallas, 214-520-7255, rh.com