First recorded in China over 7,000 years ago, bamboo has been around as a building material for aeons, but it’s having a serious moment right now.
For a long time, bamboo has been overlooked and misjudged as a cheap, mediocre material, relegated to your grandmother’s conservatory furniture and bad Asian restaurants.
This diverse and strong material works for furniture, flooring, decorative accessories. Three times harder than oak and just as long-lasting, did you know that bamboo matures fully within 60 days? It requires no fertiliser, herbicides or pesticides and to grow, in fact, it can be a bit of a pest if left to itself. However, it does make it a sustainable resource. gobbling up greenhouse gases as it grows, it’s good for your home, the environment and your skin. What’s not to like?
Bathroom design should be based on utility and simplicity. Unlike other timbers, bamboo won’t swell or warp making it ideal for damp areas like the bathroom, which can be a difficult place to add texture to.
From decorative pieces to home furnishings and beauty products, the soft and smooth texture of bamboo looks great in the bedroom. It is perfect for adding contras...