Bamboo, the world’s tallest grass is eco-friendlier than most of the other trees. It is one of the fastest growing plants and grows to maturity in 5 years or less. It requires less attention while growing and can occupy the same ecological niche as that of trees.

The popularity of bamboo as a material for construction and making furniture has been growing. Traditionally, bamboo was being used to make furniture by the Chinese. Apart from making furniture’s structural frame, the pulp of this fast-growing plant can be used to make upholstery fabric. 

Bamboo is the perfect combination of strength and flexibility; it has come to represent harmony and balance in one’s life. Every room in your home is an expression of who you are. And when you choose the casual elegance of bamboo, you make an impressive statement of organic and exotic style. You can create your own world of comfort by furnishing rooms in your home with this environmentally friendly natural resource. Bamboo furniture are stylish, solid, provides a relaxing atmosphere that’s peaceful, and is akin to bringing some of nature into your home.

Bamboo is useful for various applications at different ages. 6 to 9 months old bamboo is used to make baskets, 2 to 3 years old bamboo is used to make boards and laminates and 3-6 years old bamboo is used for construction. 

Bamboo is one of the most sustainable materials that can be used to make homes and furniture. Sustainability is meant to make something last. The main idea of using sustainable building materials is to construct a home that lasts—and a longer-lasting home means lower maintenance costs and less up-keep.

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Bamboo is also widely used to make kitchen essentials, home décor items, furniture and a lot more. Bamboo is a highly sustainable, durable and sturdy material. It has wood like finish and feel, that makes it look minimal yet classic. Bamboo furniture has a very earthy vibe to it and can be stained in any colour.

Bamboo furniture can withstand everyday use. It is far more resistant to damage than traditional hardwoods. Bamboo is even used in cutting boards. Bamboo furniture is easy to assemble and transport making it better for home and office use. Beds, Sofas, Chairs, Tables, Sitting Tools etc can be made with this highly durable material. 

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