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Bespoke Rattan Lounge Chair

Our Mascha lounge chair can be used as a gorgeous decorative piece to elevate the natural elements of your interior. Create a cozy reading nook in the corner of your room with a luxurious lounge chair that draws you in. This elegant rattan lounge chair embodies stunning Boho aesthetics for a beautiful, contemporary design. 

The Mascha lounge chair brings both charm and functionality. Display this piece in your home to create a dreamy space alluding to peace and comfort, or place Mascha around your exterior for tranquil outdoor lounging. 

We build our Mascha chairs from robust rattan to withstand the natural elements and retain their original beauty. For periods of intense rain and snowfall, we recommend keeping your chair covered to preserve the quality of the wood. 


Total height, 33.9"

Width, 27.6"

Height of seating surface (incuding cushion), 16.9"

Height of armrest, 16.9"

Depth of seating surface, 22"

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Why buy furniture from Mojo Boutique?

we want you to be proud of your interior

At Mojo Boutique, every furniture is authentic, uniquely designed, and handmade traditionally by master artisans from Bali and rural Indonesia. Only natural and sustainable materials are used. Our goal is to elevate your home with one-of-a-kind furniture to live in true harmony with your space. At the same time, thanks to your purchase, you are allowing traditional local artisans and their community to live from their craft.



We create furniture with personality, and outside mass-production. Thanks to Mojo Boutique, you will differentiate yourselves with unique furniture handmade in small batches only and with high qualitative noble materials. We want your interior to be a welcome oasis, a place to also relax, slow down, and live fully.

Meet Your Makers


Faisal, originally from Lombok, moved on to Bali to find a living. He knew that there was always something he was called to do and is good at. A small workshop in South Bali taught him the art of furniture making. Now, he is grateful to be making a living out of it, and focuses on his work knowing that with every piece he makes, someone benefits from it.