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Eco Trends | Innovative Products | Bamboo Eco Flooring | Trendspotting

31-05-2010 Natural Floor to Walk on

Floor manufacturers are head over heels in love with bamboo flooring. Bamboo what? I hear you ask. Bamboo is a fast growing (would you believe it grows as much as 24 inches in a single day?) grass that doesn’t need nasty pesticides or fertilizers. It produces 35% more oxygen than most trees and is a renewable resource that is both durable and water-resistant. Bamboo is often used for building structures due to its strength. The Chinese have known for hundreds of years that the stalk of the

bamboo plant is strong and will last for hundreds of years, whereas the

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Western world is just starting to cotton on to this new trend. The end result has quite an attractive finish for a sturdy, eco-friendly floor.

Image Source www.furniturehomedesign.com

Content Source www.home-improvement.mygarden.net.au

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Comments

  • Posted by Emilio on 31/05/2010 21:05
  • Awesome floors! Where can I get this timber?

  • Posted by Trendspotter Olivia on 04/06/2010 10:33
  • Hi Emilio, aren\'t these some neat floors? If you want to purchase it, have a look at this website (www.bamboofloors.com.au), they offer Bamboo Hardwood Flooring. But there are heaps of other companies as well. They are really easy to find on Google! Hope this helps!

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