Island Resort & Boho collections

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Cape Cod rattan chair
$461.00
Cape Cod rattan 2.5 seater
$899.00
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Rattan 2 door white cabinet - white
$429.00
$450.00
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Prairie lamp
$169.00
$299.00
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Medina lamp
$279.00
$299.00
Eva Coffee Table - Dark Brown
$399.00
Eva Sofa - Dark Brown
$1,199.00
Eva Chair - Dark Brown
$499.00
Malawi 2 seater - natural
$789.00
Malawi 2 seater - white
$789.00
Malawi Chair - white
$529.00
Malawi Chair - natural
$519.00
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Langley Glass Pineapple Lamp - Antique Silver
$179.00
$279.00
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Langley Glass Pineapple Lamp - Antique Gold
$179.00
$279.00
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Grand Pineapple Lamp
$259.00
$270.00
Toulon Chair
$569.00
Lyon Chair
$569.00
Lyon Bedside table
$595.00
Lyon Square chest
$575.00
Lyon Coffee table
$873.00
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Lyon side table with glass
$385.00
$495.00
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Lyon Drum side table
$259.00
$299.00
Lyon Bed end chest
$995.00
Palm Spring Stool - Tan
$749.00
Palm Spring Stool - Graphite
$749.00
Coastal beige 2 seat sofa
$1,595.00
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Royal Palm 4 - Black Frame
$180.00
$209.00
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Royal Cocos Palm 2 - Black Frame
$180.00
$209.00
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Royal Banana Palm 1 - Black Frame
$180.00
$209.00
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Royal Pawpaw Palm 3 - Black Frame
$180.00
$209.00
Bohemian or Island Resort style furniture can give a  Balinese resort style feel to your living spaces.  Natural canes, timbers with earth tones and whites, plus accents of green create a relaxed tropical vibe that anyone would love to come home to after a long day at work.  Wake up feeling like your on holidays every day of your life.

Island resort and boho styles are two popular ways of styling homes that share some similarities. Both styles are inspired by a relaxed and carefree lifestyle and incorporate natural materials and textures to create a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Island resort style is characterized by a tropical vibe that draws inspiration from beach resorts and island getaways. The style often incorporates light and airy fabrics like linen and cotton, along with natural materials like rattan, bamboo, and wood. The color palette is typically muted, with shades of beige, white, and blue, inspired by the sea and sky. Island resort style also emphasizes comfort and relaxation, with oversized sofas and chairs, and plenty of cushions and throws.

Boho style, on the other hand, draws inspiration from a variety of cultures and incorporates elements from different eras and styles. It often features a mix of patterns, textures, and colors, with a focus on vintage and handmade pieces. Boho style incorporates natural materials like wood, rattan, and wicker, as well as textiles like macrame and embroidered fabrics. The color palette is typically earthy, with shades of brown, green, and rust, as well as pops of vibrant colors like turquoise and pink.

Despite their differences, island resort and boho styles share some similarities. Both styles incorporate natural materials like wood, rattan, and woven fabrics, and prioritize comfort and relaxation. They also both tend to feature a mix of textures and patterns, and both styles emphasize creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Overall, whether you prefer the tropical vibe of an island resort or the eclectic mix of boho style, incorporating natural materials and a relaxed vibe can create a welcoming and inviting atmosphere in your home.

Some of our top selling products are Cape cod rattan chair