High/Low: Woven Furniture

 
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Atelier Vime has become a go-to for woven furniture and home accessories.  They offer a beautifully curated vintage selection, from designers including Audoux Minet, as well as current-production from their line. Follow them here for drool-worthy interior inspiration.

The World of Interiors August cover story reveals how founders Benoit Rauzy and Anthony Watson's renovation of a hotel particulier in Vallabregues, a town once famous for its wicker production, led them to revive the craft. 

While Atelier Vime's pieces are on the higher end (and well worth it), there are woven pieces that have a similar warm, handmade quality for a fraction of the price.

 

High

 

Check out Atelier Vime's selection here and contact for pricing.  Here are a few Audoux Minet pieces sourced from 1st Dibs.

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Pair of Armchairs, 1950s; $4,150.

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Octagonal Rope Mirror, 1960s; $1,400

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Rope Knitting Basket, 1960s; $1,400.

Low

 

Here are some more economically sourced current-production and vintage options.

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Ikea's Alseda Stool is a simple, flexible seating option; $29.99.

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Vintage woven Ladder-Back Chair in the style of Gio Ponti, found on Chairish; $350.

 
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Serena & Lily's Yountville Woven Abaca Pendant; $498.

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Vintage Woven Rope Stool, found on Chairish; $85.

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Vintage Wicker Lamp, found on Etsy; $84.