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Creative Ways to Incorporate Bamboo Fencing into your House

By Edited May 28, 2014 0 0

Bamboo has become increasingly popular rather quickly in the design industry in the last few years because of its natural looking backdrop, environmentally friendly conscious and organic appeal almost immediately. Bamboo fencing is one design element that has become all the rage both inside and outside of the home. This sort of fencing can be used as walls, window shutters, room dividers and more.

Check out some of the most accepted websites that concentrate on bamboo and make sure the stalks used in the fencing are long-lasting enough to survive all of the potential uses you are hoping for. In the interim, here are five ways to use this kind of cool bamboo fencing in your home.

1. Use fencing to line the perimeter of a room. It seems as if the implementation of wall paper is long-gone and bamboo is becoming the most recent front runner when it comes to lining a room and its walls. Many homeowners admire the image of this textile along the walls because it adds style and texture to the living quarters. Another neat suggestion is to use bamboo panels behind your artwork to create an organically inspired look. Your painting will at once pop out with the image of bamboo behind it.

2. Use bamboo to create a chic divider within your room. If your shared living quarters or entertainment room are also the home to items that you wish couldn't be noticed when visitors are over, you can produce a hiding area for them with the use of this fencing. Settle on how much of the room you want to barricade and use bamboo as a divider to hide the items. This sort of divider is also a great design plan for your office because it creates seclusion from the rest of the room and home.

3. Use a bamboo fence to hide unattractive yard elements. Many patios have outdoor furnishings and products that have no other home than your wonderful alfresco living quarters. No matter what the item is, it adds an unpleasant element to your area. Use bamboo to hide these items or produce some sort of bamboo storage space to put these items away in an organized way.

4. This class of fencing can be used to create window borders or shutters. In many customary homes, minimal white shutters or blinds are frequently used to make shade through your windows. For a more natural feel, have bamboo cut with the measurements of your windows for a natural and tropical looking window.

5. Attach the fencing to an already existing fence. If you live in an older home, you may be stuck with a type of fencing that doesn't suit your personal taste. Your backyard may be already complete with a metal chain link fences or wood paneling. To create a feeling of shelter and a far more attractive sight, fasten the bamboo to your existing fence to add some character and texture to your outside living space. Because of its toughness, bamboo can stand on its own, as long as it's attached within a heavy wood or metal frame.

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