La boheme rattan cot

1190,00 

Out of stock

The La Boheme cot was hand made from the highest grade of rattan from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Created for parents who adhere to natural parenting. Combining a love of art, the timelessness of rattan and the amazing skills of our Indonesian craftsmen, a collection of children’s furniture was created. Because we are deeply convinced that our local colleagues are the original creators of contemporary trends – luxury craftsmanship inspired by their cultural heritage.

Each of our items, like its creator, is unique. Some imperfections may be due to the process of manual creation, which at first glance seems simple, but reveals a lot of complexity in the craft. Rattan has unusual properties: it is strong, light and durable, and thanks to the tiny pores in its structure also very plastic, which makes it an ideal material for creating furniture. Over time, it acquires beautiful nobility, making it timeless.

Color: Natural rattan finished with matte, clear varnish.

Dimensions: 100 x 60 x 86cm

As conscious consumers, we would also like to show you the reason for choosing rattan as an element of interior design. Ratan is a solid and flexible material. So you can use it for a long time and in the most demanding places, even such as the public Japanese Sento baths. Unfortunately, Indonesia is cutting nearly 0.84 million hectares of forests annually, causing animals such as endangered orangutans to fight for their homes. When buying rattan from ethical plantations, we encourage the Indonesian government to protect the rainforests from cutting down palm trees. Due to the demand for natural rattan, which symbiotically relies on rainforests. The highest quality rattan that we use for the production of BOHO swing furniture grows at a surprisingly fast pace and can only be found in rainforests because there it is looking for trees to climb to sunlight as soon as possible. The speed at which rattan grows means that we can cut it much more often than trees that need decades to do so. This reduces our impact on the natural rainforest ecosystem.