Nut Case Baskets by Calypso St. Barth.
The See! collection by JANUS et Cie.
The AERIN collection for Lenox.
Nested Fisherman Rope Baskets.
The Nina Mirror by Made Goods.
The Supra Bed by CB2.
The Serend Hanging Chair by Restoration Hardware.

Woven Wonders

Fiber-rich furnishings lend an organic touch to any home

1. PAPER CAPER  Handwoven from paper using a Korean technique, the Nut Case Baskets stow away belongings in style. Made in France, they are available at the new Calypso St. Barth boutique in Georgetown at 3307-B M Street, NW. $45, $65, $95;

2. LOUNGING MODE  The See! collection by JANUS et Cie features modular products that can be combined in myriad ways. Pieces, including the Open Wide Center Module ($3,030) and Open Wide Ottoman ($1,952), combine powder-coated aluminum frames and hand-woven fiber.

3. TRAY CHIC AERIN for Lenox—a tabletop collection by Estée Lauder’s granddaughter, Aerin Lauder—incorporates natural elements in its designs. The Rectangular Tray in Beachgrass makes serving al fresco aperitifs a breeze. $90 at Nieman Marcus;

4. ROPE TRICK  These Nested Fisherman Rope Baskets, handmade in Indonesia out of rope and metal, bring a rustic, out-to-sea vibe to indoor and outdoor spaces. $500 for three baskets, which range from 15 to 27 inches in diameter.

5. ALL TIED UP  The round Nina Mirror by Made Goods is swathed in hand-knotted rope, which imparts a nautical feel. Suitable for any room, it’s an ideal addition to a home on the water. $950;

6. REST EASY  The Supra Bed by CB2 combines a whitewashed oak frame with a woven-cane headboard that envelops sleepers with its subtly curved form. Designed by Mermelada Estudio, the bed is available in king ($1,299) and queen ($1,099) sizes.

7. NEST EGG  The Serend Hanging Chair provides an airy perch. Woven by hand of resilient all-weather wicker, it has the relaxed, organic feel of an egg-shaped basket. From $820 at Restoration Hardware;