Semi Indoor Bathroom with Wooden Floor Idea
Bamboo is also known for its superior strength and flexibility, which is why the renewable resource has fast become a popular alternative to timber as a building and flooring material. While there are more than 1000 types of bamboo, moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis) is the species that is most commonly used in the production of flooring, furniture and building products. Once harvested, the bamboo stalks are sliced, cut to length and their outer skins (including the distinctive knuckles) removed. The strips are then boiled to remove insects, starch and sugars, then dried and planed, which marks the final step before the material is made into a finished flooring product.