If you love casual chic without compromising comfort this is worth viewing. Available in standard seating collection or corner seating unit which maximises limited spaces.
A signature suite, effortlessly stylish, representing the best quality available...
Timeless good looks in a comprehensive living and dining room collection.
Classical elegance, perfect for the lounge or conservatory.
We are very fortunate to have been able to buy 16 containers of Kiani cane furniture and have also bought the name.
KIANI Rattan Furniture was first introduced into the UK in l989 and is the first and only rattan furniture company to have achieved the prestigious FIRA Gold Award - the ultimate mark for product excellence within the furniture industry. Manufactured by craftsmen in Indonesia, the furniture ranges are created by UK and Indonesian designers and produced by skilled craftsmen.
Years of working, developing, listening and then testing allows us to offer a comprehensive range 'For all seasons'. We believe the conservatory can be the most used room in your home; a delight no matter what the weather. Our aim is to offer rattan furniture that can be used in the living room, dining room, lounge or conservatory.
The covering over the base, be it sprung or webbed is designed to give protection to the life of the cushion and fabric - that is special. KIANI have achieved this by including extra supports on the frames, leather bindings and basic construction have allowed KIANI to achieve this.
1. a. A slender, strong but often flexible stem, as of certain bamboos, reeds, or rattans.
b. A plant having such a stem.
c. Such stems or strips of such stems used for wickerwork or baskets.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin canna, small reed, from Greek kanna, of Semitic origin.]
1. Any of various climbing palms of the genera Calamus, Daemonorops, or Plectomia of tropical Asia, having long, tough, slender stems.
a. The stems of any of these palms, used to make wickerwork, canes, and furniture.
b. Work made of the stems of these palms.
[Malay rōtan (perhaps from raut, to pare or trim for use).]
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