How to interior styling your florist studio with rattan pendant lights.

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It is no coincidence that Fleur is entirely and utterly obsessed with flowers. Not only is her name Fleur – flower in French. Flowers have surrounded Fleur from day dot.

Creative, Talented and a ‘style icon’ (quoted by Vogue living), from a very young age, how couldn’t you be with your Mother -Milliner Wendy Mead and your Great Aunt – Madge Garland – Editor of British Vogue?

Fleur McHarg is a symbol of Melbourne – a renowned floral designer and event stylist, a visionary, an innovator, and an exceptional talent with the rare gift of being able to turn a bunch of blooms into a piece of art.

Fleur McHarg excelled in art in her formative years holding her first exhibition in Collins Street at the age of only 19. From this understanding of colour, form and spatial awareness, style and design, floristry was a natural progression.

With a career spanning over 25 years, McHarg is renowned for her unique and timeless creations both nationally and internationally. McHarg has a vision that is beyond extraordinary. Having collaborated with top creative’s across a variety of genres. She is sought after by the leaders in fashion, art, entertainment and food. McHarg is celebrated for her vision and true creativity. Her innovative ideas and versatility ensures one never sees the same thing or ever sees anything ordinary.

With a flawless career, and highly sought after creative talents, Fleur delivers more than just flowers, styling, events and interiors. The work of this clever florist leaves you re-assessing all of the elements you thought you knew about floristry, decorating and design.

From cutting edge conceptual design to full event styling McHarg makes the impossible possible with her sophisticated use of colour and proportions to suit any taste.

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How to Design A Trending Coffee Shop

From the guest working on a laptop or reading a novel to the group of friends catching up, coffee shops are the go-to spot for a wide range of customers. Your coffee shop interior has the ability to engage your guests, increase comfort, and urge them to become loyal patrons. Whether you’re just opening a coffee shop or looking to upgrade your decor and design, explore our coffee shop ideas below, so you can create an alluring space that will improve your business.

Outdoor lighting with rattan pendant lights has become a trending today. Choose variety of outdoor woven lighting here.

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This bamboo lighting gives a sense of outdoor nature inside. So, this would be a great choice for Scandinavian design coffee shop interior. Have yours from here.

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This crocheted raffia pendant lights creates a sense of vegan life style and empowers the vegan message you try to bring in your cafe design concept. They are handmade in Bali by mybaliliving and are available for a half discount here.

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Cafe Gratitude in San Diego knows how to give it’s customer a natural experience while sipping their coffee. This string pendant lights made of seagrass is a stunning. Hang them in a row of four or more on top of the coffee counter bar. It makes a great Instagram-Famous coffee experience for your customers.

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This cafe in Bali has its decors made from natural sourcing. Beautiful row of dome rattan pendant lights are a signature to this coastal coffee shop in Uluwatu. A beautiful tourists spot.

Paris always gives us this romantic experience. For Parisians, this cafe has been a choice to hang out after work and socialize. Its ceiling is filled up with beautiful rattan pendant lights that truly gives a jungalow feeling embellished with green leafy plants surrounding them. Have yours from here.

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Lighting Trends You’ll be Seeing Everywhere in 2021

Just in case you want to make better lighting a New Year’s resolution, we thought it would be fun to survey some architects, decorators, and design pros to see what 2021 holds for all things lights and lamps. These experts are shedding some light (had to!) on what’s to come, so you can make some informed decorating decisions in the new year. Here are their bright ideas.

Lisa Sherry Interieurs, DeringHall Listed Interior Designer

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Spectacular- love this and quick shipping.

So beautifully made- equally rivals the super expensive rattan lights you see for sale. Says Blend Designs, a buyer from Hingham, MA when she got this pendant from mybaliliving.

And Lisa Sherry, whose design is focused on casual luxe and mixing classic and modern in a white kitchen, has become one of top Charlotte’s interior designer.

She has use the larger version of this rattan seagrass pendant light and use them as mount lightings on top of a white kitchen island.

Leanne Ford, HGTV Media Darling

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You can know that Leanne loves natural as the main focus of her design and she, up to today, still believes that when you need an attention worthy furnishing that doesn’t take much of a space, use unique, large pendant light and let it be a ceiling centerpiece. And since 2019 was the year of rattan according to Forbes, and we know for sure that it is now going further to lighting in 2020, sure this style would be one of the best option for upcoming spring home remodeling.

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Gabrielle Aker, Los Angeles Interior Designer

“Located just 10 minutes from the beach, and with our client being a lover vacationing in Mexico, we wanted the space to have a subtle and sophisticated beach vibe, which we achieved through the use of natural textures and handmade textiles.”

The Jenner Rattan Pendant Lights will achieve this beach vibe interior goal.

Lighting Trends You’ll be Seeing Everywhere in 2020

Just in case you want to make better lighting a New Year’s resolution, we thought it would be fun to survey some architects, decorators, and design pros to see what 2020 holds for all things lights and lamps. These experts are shedding some light (had to!) on what’s to come, so you can make some informed decorating decisions in the new year. Here are their bright ideas.

Lisa Sherry Interieurs, DeringHall Listed Interior Designer

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Spectacular- love this and quick shipping.

So beautifully made- equally rivals the super expensive rattan lights you see for sale. Says Blend Designs, a buyer from Hingham, MA when she got this pendant from mybaliliving.

And Lisa Sherry, whose design is focused on casual luxe and mixing classic and modern in a white kitchen, has become one of top Charlotte’s interior designer.

She has use the larger version of this rattan seagrass pendant light and use them as mount lightings on top of a white kitchen island.

Leanne Ford, HGTV Media Darling

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You can know that Leanne loves natural as the main focus of her design and she, up to today, still believes that when you need an attention worthy furnishing that doesn’t take much of a space, use unique, large pendant light and let it be a ceiling centerpiece. And since 2019 was the year of rattan according to Forbes, and we know for sure that it is now going further to lighting in 2020, sure this style would be one of the best option for upcoming spring home remodeling.

OhBeauty_Gilmore-13+copy

Gabrielle Aker, Los Angeles Interior Designer

“Located just 10 minutes from the beach, and with our client being a lover vacationing in Mexico, we wanted the space to have a subtle and sophisticated beach vibe, which we achieved through the use of natural textures and handmade textiles.”

The Jenner Rattan Pendant Lights will achieve this beach vibe interior goal.

Rattan Pendants Aren’t Going Anywhere – But We Don’t Want Them To

We’re living in a rattan renaissance, and there’s no signs of the trend fading. (Not that we want it to!) While there are a number of ways to incorporate it into your home, one simple but high-impact way is a rattan pendant. Typically resembling an upside down basket, its a more relaxed (yet totally chic) replacement for chandeliers in dining rooms or bedrooms, or in a pair over a kitchen island. But, basically, wherever they land, they’re fantastic. Whether you’re into the whole boho aesthetic or not, these are worth a look. Consider us obsessed.

Ashley Redmond, Head of Design for popular E-design company Decorist, added instant character to her 500-square-foot tiny “treehouse” with a rattan pendant over her petite dining area.

In this “Scandinavian farmhouse meets mid-century modern bungalow” in Austin, the pendant is a natural element that complements (and doesn’t distract from) the other accents in the room, like the yellow door, patterned pillows, and metallic task lamp.

Ready to add some rattan lighting to your home? Check out some of our favorites right now:

The Hamptons Sphere Geometric Rattan Pendant Lights

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Casa Cook Rattan Pendant Lights

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San Clemente Bamboo Pendant Lights

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Rattan Pendant Lights: Handwoven Glamour in Your Home

Rattan furniture might also conjure mind of lounging outside in the warmth of summer. But the handwoven rattan pendant is also ideally suited for the bedroom, the living room, the dining — well, you get the point. Let these pendants flip you onto the style of year-round rattan lighting — the appropriate touch of whimsical, handwoven glamour to your home.

Serena Grey Rattan Pendant Light

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Made of natural rattan mixed with synthetic rattan. Metal framed inside. Serena Grey rattan pendant lights gray lighting with herringbone pattern of Morrocan lamp. Great for warm grey natural Scandinavian interior design.

Serena Pantone Classic Blue Rattan Pendant Lights

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Made of natural rattan mixed with synthetic rattan. Metal framed inside. As featured by travel and interior design magazines. Great for coastal home decors and beach house blue decors interior design lighting.

Istanbul Rattan Pendant Lights

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“Remembering the week when we designed this piece and found it more ethical to stitch down the layers of seagrass rope rather than hiddenly gluing them layer by layer, and turned out the interior stylists don’t mind to see the stitches. Oh what an experience to know how perfectionism doesn’t really help with designing process, but excellence does!”, says Grace Sihombing, mybaliliving in-house designer.

It’s a great option for a grey home interior styling, and anyone who loves grey home decors to add these rattan pendant lights to their grey kitchen island design. Furthermore, it’s shape resembles the roof top on many buildings in Istanbul beautiful city.

Morocco Black and White Rattan Pendant Lights

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Made of natural rattan mixed with black and white synthetic rattan. Handwoven in and shipped right from Bali. A good news for Nordic Scandinavian stylists, you can use this Morrocan infused pattern to bring up a little texture to that plain simplicity of design.

The pendant is extremely versatile in that it can be hung in a kitchen, dining area or entryway. This light is ideal for a waterfront home or tropical décor, yet creates outdoor feeling brought inside to the metropolitan city apartments.