M&S launches chic new furniture range

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Photo credit: Getty Images

M&S has just released a stunning new collection of furniture.

The Maya Cane Furniture Collection features stylish pieces, such as chairs and cabinets, all crafted from birch and featuring woven cane rattan panelling. With rattan being one of this season's top interior trends, the range features many investment pieces that you can enjoy for a long time to come.

Photo credit: M&S
Photo credit: M&S

The first piece in the collection is a beautiful, on-trend side table. Black in colour, it has a cane shelf for chic contrasting and could be used as anything from a table for drinks in the living room to a bedside table.

Another piece that can be enjoyed anywhere in the home is the accent chair. Accent chairs are having a moment in the world of interiors; loved for their versatility and ability to add an aesthetically-pleasing and practical touch to anywhere from a hallway to the bedroom.

The accent chair in the Maya collection has a lounge chair look with stylish, sharper edges. The seat and back are made from birch, with black legs for contrast.

If you're searching for a display cabinet, this option is timeless. It's made from birch and finished with a black glazing, with brass handles adding a look that is both on-trend and timeless. You can display your most-loved pieces behind its glass doors for a seriously stylish look.

The last piece in the range is a showstopper for your bedroom: the Maya Cane Bed. Its versatile style can be matched to vintage interiors if that's your preferred look, or it can be paired as easily with a chic, modern finish. The headboard makes it a statement piece that will instantly catch the attention of any eye.

The Maya Cane Bed is available in sizes double and king. The frame comes in black or natural options.

Perfect for a home refresh.

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