Unlike most mass-produced rattan goods, Rowabi is a family business specialized in bespoke rattan lighting, kitchen accents, and home décor to give your home an elegant touch of nature you've always wanted.

Rowabi was started from our passion of earthy aesthetics and interior design, thus, your products are made from A-grade certified rattan, seagrass and wicker that are processed with completely zero chemicals. Local expert weavers on our team have been accredited by the authorities to ensure that their work adheres to the standards of the craft's time-honored history. We strive to be an ethical, sustainable, and transparent business that remains true to its values and appreciates customers as members of our own family.

In any space, the lighting is the most significant design aspect and may make or break the impression you want to make on your guests. For this reason, we dedicate each of your products the personal attention it deserves by exclusively designing, framing prototypes, and finally, hand-finishing the final product. Here at Rowabi, we take pride in our ability to design one-of-a-kind custom pieces, ensuring that you get the finest organic materials for your dream home.

Whether it's a vintage indigo basket or an upcycled throw pendants inspired by the 1970 Hmong group, we hope you love what we have in our store, and if you have any questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you!

Thanks and love,


Rowabi Team

'Artisan born and raised'

We got the opportunity to chat with Mrs. Man in Ninh So village, one of Vietnam's oldest traditional craft villages. She has been weaving seagrass since she was seven years old to supplement her family's livelihood; she is now 78 years old. I asked her whether she could feel the difference between now and when she was younger, and she responded the pace: she used to be able to weave up to 12 seagrass pendants every day, compared to 5 currently. She then smiled genuinely.

'Rattan dancing in a rice field'

One of Kim Son village's iconic images is finished rattan goods sunbathing next to rice fields. Almost every home in the community is involved in some aspect of the wicker production process, whether it is cultivating raw materials, processing, weaving, or sunbathing. It enables the villagers to maintain a small farm during the day while also weaving baskets in their spare time later in the day. What's fascinating here is that youngsters learn to handcraft these goods from an early age in order to supplement their family's income.