This seat is actually part of a sectional. While it looks like an obvious choice for a commercial interior, I can also imagine it looking stunning in a spacious summery home with lots of windows.
You'd never know this chest was made of bamboo. The midcentury lines and darker stain look like teak.
Bamboo is light, so it works well as modular and movable pieces like these stacking cubes. They'd look great as end tables, but the idea of using them for toys is great too.
We've all seen bamboo bowls before, but I love this two-tone version. They come in multiple colors, and some even have color on the inside and bamboo on the outside. You could set a really happy table with these.
I just love these laser cut bamboo clocks. This little owl is my favorite.
I'd never have guessed these light fixtures were made of bamboo. The white one is spectacular. I love the organic shape and the way it filters the light to create a warm glow.
As an alternative to gaudy string lights, these little bamboo ones would be perfect for adding some nature-inspired decor to a festive occasion.
Years ago I had a bad experience with bamboo floors: They showed every dent and divet. But I understand the product has improved, so this beautiful honey-toned flooring is now a good option.
You've probably seen bamboo textiles around. They are incredibly soft and make great throws, but there is some debate over the ecofriendliness of these materials. It seems the process for creating rayon from bamboo fibers is not great for the planet.
I like using these bamboo plates at picnics and barbecues as a more stylish alternative to the paper variety. I find you can get away with using them a couple of times too.
These single-use plates are made of a variety of materials including bamboo. They make an incredibly elegant alternative to ordinary paper tableware.
Bamboo is often used for kids' products because it's cost-effective, safe and light. This mini cooking utensil set is just adorable for encouraging kids to help out in the kitchen.