Modern living calls for eco-friendly and functional touches around the house, which also add appeal and look classic. We see city people switching over to the renewable and versatile, yet very durable, bamboo furnishing options. From furniture to wall coverings, flooring to cabinetry and home accents too—bamboo seems to be taking over. We give you five ways you can incorporate it in your living spaces |
Bamboo seating for the living space | Exotic to look at, and very easy to maintain and clean, bamboo furnishings lend a soothing, holistic feel to the living space. An economical substitute to wooden furnishings, bamboo and cane furniture is, today, making a stronger presence in Indian homes than ever before.
Quirky light fixtures | Artistic and ‘green décor’ at its best, bamboo light fixtures not only add a rustic touch but also a sense of romance to the home. Made from 100% natural products and recyclable attachments, bamboo lamps are perfect for mood lighting.
Rustic coffee tables | Impress your guests and visitors by serving them a treat on a rustic, bamboo coffee table. Made from natural bamboo poles in various lengths and hues, the poles are held together with the help of metal belts, without the use of glue or screws. Having emerged from a period of unimaginative bamboo-furniture designs, today bamboo has turned around its image to be the most versatile, practical and contemporary furniture material option.
Organic touches in the bathroom | Bamboo or cane products for bathroom furnishings are easy to maintain and can be waterproofed as well. You can also place cane-sheath candles to add that extra dose of pizzazz to your bathroom corners.
Window treatments for homes | By keeping out the summer heat and the dust that comes along with it, bamboo window treatments for conceptual interiors is all the rage nowadays. The material can do no wrong in its classy element, but by adding some pattern in the form of graphic modern art, one can develop inspiring cane-filled spaces.