If you are searching for examples of bamboo flooring then look no further. Our editorial staff has put together a group of ten pictures taken from homes that show the many options available from this wood. It’s common knowledge that a big attraction is the fact it is sustainable and grows very quickly. Unlike oak and other hardwoods, it can take years for those trees produce a sizable amount of lumber. One of the lesser known facts is how varied and diverse the wood can be. There are many different patterns and grains in the wood as well as an assortment of colors from light to dark. The ten pictures showcase this flexibility.
What a beautiful grain in this living room. The color choice was perfect being not too light and not too dark. Notice how long each plank is. This design is very tastefully done.
Here we see bamboo working great in a bedroom. The furniture is so light as well as the bedding that the floor really shows up in contrast.
When I first saw this I almost thought it to be a walnut. This grain is very striking with natural light and dark streaks inside. The entire floor when put together really creates a great look. This is a great example of the array of choices.
Perhaps there is some coloring here in the form of slate or a muted blue. One would not think this to be a sustainable product, but more in line with a hardwood variety.
This is the most common representation we see in the above contemporary living room design. It is very neutral featuring a light varnish.
It’s great to see the above picture when there is not a glossy additive. Again that is the choice of any shopper whether to have a glossy finish or go for something more like above.