Bamboo has become more than a short-lived trend in interior design. In recent years, the use of bamboo has expanded, and it is easier than ever to incorporate this renewable product into your own decor. Here are some examples:
Kengo Kuma and Associates used bamboo throughout the design of this residence. The linear bamboo wall is the main feature of the house, representing the cultural exchange and respect between Japan and China.
The Becca stool from Modern Bamboo has Eastern styling with multifunctionality. Use this as a seat, side table or shelf to add a touch of eco-friendly modernism to your room.
Also from Modern Bamboo, this table is an ideal combination of nature and industrial design. I love the elegance and simplicity of the lines, which allows the material to really stand out. This can be customized and delivered in 4-6 weeks!
I really think the bamboo mosaic tile is stunning. You can get these from Glass Tile Trend for only $14.99 a square foot. Create a focal point in a room or a unique backsplash in a kitchen.
Here is a great collection from West Elm. The lighter color bamboo will match a variety of bathroom decors. Each piece ranges from $16-$19, so you can infuse natural beauty without breaking your budget.
An area rug is a more traditional use of bamboo. The one above is available on Asana Organic from ranging in price from $90 – $130.
Bamboo is a great material for window treatments as well. These shades will filter light and add texture. Order any standard or custom size from Blinds Chalet.