Wicker is broadly known as a method for making items woven from any of an assortment of string-like materials. Some may call it a name of the material used, and many others refer to it as a term for the things (furniture, home decorations) that made. The original word is from Scandinavian. Wicker is customarily made of a material of plant root, for example, rattan, willow, reed, and bamboo, yet nowadays synthetic rattan (PE rattan, plastic rattan) is likewise utilized. This fiber is light yet solid, making it appropriate for things that will be moved frequently like yard and porch furniture.