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Rattan Art ID

Explore our exclusive range of sustainable rattan decoration, perfect for creating an eco-friendly and stylish home.

Welcome to Rattan Art ID, where we blend tradition with innovation to bring you the finest sustainable and eco-friendly rattan decor. Here’s a closer look at the thoughtful design process that goes into each of our exquisite pieces. Key Stages in Our Design Process 1. Inspiration and Exploration Our journey begins with inspiration. Drawing from the rich cultural heritage of rattan weaving, we explore traditional designs and modern aesthetics to… Read More »Explore our exclusive range of sustainable rattan decoration, perfect for creating an eco-friendly and stylish home.

Experience the elegance of rattan furniture, meticulously crafted to add a sophisticated touch to any space.

Welcome to Rattan Art ID, where the elegance of rattan furniture meets meticulous craftsmanship. Each piece in our collection is designed to add a sophisticated touch to any space while promoting sustainability and natural beauty. Our Design Process 1. Inspiration & Conceptualization Our design process begins with a spark of inspiration. We draw from the natural beauty of rattan and contemporary interior decor trends to conceptualize unique designs that blend… Read More »Experience the elegance of rattan furniture, meticulously crafted to add a sophisticated touch to any space.

Rattan Raw Material in Indonesia

Rattan is a group of palms from the tribe Calameae that have a climbing habit, especially Calamus, Daemonorops, and Oncocalamus. The Calameae tribe itself consists of about six hundred members, with distribution areas in tropical Africa, Asia and Australasia. The family includes the genera Salacca (e.g. salak), Metroxylon (e.g. thatch/sago), and Pigafetta, which do not climb, and are not traditionally classified as rattan plants. Rattan stems are usually slender with… Read More »Rattan Raw Material in Indonesia

Rattan Artistsan on Ramadhan

The craftsmen acknowledged that the activity of rattan weaving was also not easy, especially in the month of Ramadan. If in other times they can weave rattan until two or three o’clock in the morning, it is different in the month of Ramadan. Rattan craftsmen who work during the day only do orders and do not build new products.Usually, in the month of Ramadan, orders are usually more because people… Read More »Rattan Artistsan on Ramadhan

Rattan character from the inside out

Rattan is a thorny plant of a group of palms from the Calameae clan. This plant is a type of plant that grows climbing or vines. If we look from the outside, then at first glance it will look like bamboo. However, actually its own characteristics when compared to bamboo are very different. If bamboo grows without spines on the skin, then rattan grows spines on the skin. Moreover, it… Read More »Rattan character from the inside out

Rattan Koboo Gray

This ash rattan has a dark color and is different from other rattan raw materials because it has been in the process of several weeks. This rattan in addition to the dark color that is eco-friendly due to discoloration without any chemicals, this rattan changes color thoroughly to the inner fiber. This ash rattan has a strong character that can change the view of the product into old, historic goods,… Read More »Rattan Koboo Gray

Woven Artist

Majalengka rattan craftsmen from 1984 until now only know the craft of rattan baskets that they produce, with the existence of PT. Rattan Art Indonesia and this group of rattan craftsmen assisted by Bank Indonesia continue to add various types of creative products. We develop this so that the products we produce have usability & high artistic value products Majalengka rattan craftsmen from 1984 to the present only know the… Read More »Woven Artist