Bamboo has recently grown in popularity as one of the favourite substitutions for wood flooring. Although bamboo looks, feels, and smells like wood, it is actually grass. This makes it one of the fastest growing plants in the world, which is harvested every four to five years. It is even more denser than a majority of hardwoods, making it an ideal choice for flooring.
It’s affordable, incredibly durable and environmentally friendly. It also comes in a variety of colours, ranging from white and golden brown, to coffee and even black. The planks come with either a lacquered finished, a brushed and oiled finish or a handscraped finish to add texture.
What are the alternatives to bamboo?
The best alternative would be any of the hardwood products. Solid or engineered variants of a lighter oak is a great alternative to bamboo, and come with a similar range of finishes.
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