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What Is Rattan

Rattan is a naturally renewable palm that grows in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia and Australia, and is used far furniture, handicrafts, and building material among others. One of the largest sources has been the Philippines.
Rattan can be identified by its tough, solid stems that vary from one to two inches in diameter and its vines, which grow as long as 200 to 500 feet.
Rattan continues to be an invaluable part of rural people’s livelihoods in South and Southeast Asia.

Why Is Rattan

There is a common mistake about rattan and bamboo.
Rattan and bamboo are not from the same plant or species. Bamboo is a hollow grass with horizontal growth ridges along its stems.
Bamboo was used to build small pieces of furniture and accessories in the late 1800s and early 1900s, especially in tropical locales. A few bamboo furniture manufacturers incorporated rattan poles far their smoothness and added strength.
Rattan’s popularity as a material far furniture -both outdoor and indoor- is unmistakable. Able to be bent and curved, rattan ta kes on many wonderful curving farms. lts durability alsa comes from its flexible structure. lts light and golden color, brightens a room or outdoor environment and instantly conveys a feeling of a tropical paradise.
As a material, rattan is lightweight and almost impervious and is easy to move and handle. it can withstand extreme conditions of humidity and temperature and has a natural resistance to insects.

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