A Mexican furniture firm, devoted for over three generations to designing and manufacturing furniture with rattan.
Leaders in the creation and sales of rattan furniture in Mexico; now with two lines: natural rattan, and synthetic rattan for outdoors.
Rattan is a palm plant with a solid, slender, flexible stalk, of variable diameter ranging from several millimeters to a few centimeters.
This material is used for furniture making because of its great durability and elegant appearance. Unlike bamboo, rattan stems are exceptionally suited to a variety of applications.
Shiny rattan outer peel, measuring 5-6 mm. Used to cover furniture joints, to weave large pieces like living room furniture and headboards, and for binding woven work.
Shiny rattan peel measuring 1-2 mm. Used to cover smaller-scale furniture such as headboard and mirror frames, dresser drawer faces, chair backs and wardrobes.
Extracted from rattan’s external skin, it is thicker than ordinary wicker and its color is darker or mottled.
The thickness of each wicker or rattan cane to be woven into furniture is measured in millimeters, from 3-12mm. Thicker canes, up to 33 mm, are used to make such solid pieces as furniture bases and some living room suites.
Our synthetic rattan is known worldwide for its durability, performance and distinctive physical features. This material is crafted using state-of-the-art German production technology: its manufacturers have been at the forefront of the polymer field since 1945.
Developed for a wide variety of applications, including outdoor furniture as well as accessories for house and garden. All furniture in our Rattan Garden line is 100% made in Mexico by Mexican artisans, and has been recognized for its high-level design, quality and performance outdoors.
Characteristics of our synthetic fiber:
Rattan de Guadalajara uses only premium-class raw materials.
Natural rattan furniture is for indoor use, or in protected outdoor areas receiving little moisture and no direct precipitation.
Each piece of furniture is fashioned to achieve perfect workmanship, a work of art crafted with all the refined taste and high standards of our master weavers.
Cleaning: use the driest possible cloth, preferably neutral in color: don’t apply any type of oil or similar wood product. Avoid striking or roughly handling the surface.