Decorating with Bamboo, Rattan and wicker ???

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You want to decorate your terrace???

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For years the bamboo has been incorporated in sustainable construction and has been introduced in various products for decoration. What do we know of bamboo, wicker and rattan its applications and especially what implications does with chairs and armchairs we see on the terraces in summer.?

The bamboo tree is actually a type of grass, the largest of all species. It is found in many different types of climates and in all countries.
There are many applications that can be given to bamboo depending on the part you want to use. Outbreaks of your tree are edible, who has not tasted a good chicken with bamboo and mushrooms ??? His wise can be used in cosmetics, making patches for medical use and even used fermented to make wine.

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The part of the stems is best known to us all as it is used instead of wood or hemp part. Bamboo has characteristics that make it almost unique. The hardness of its fibrated composition gives a resistance that can compare with the metal and can talk about it as hard as oak or Iroko.
The strength, durability and sustainability are the three main factors influencing the increasing use of bamboo by architects and designers. Names like Simon Velez, Kengo Kuma and Vo Trong Nghia are references worldwide in the use of bamboo for its innovative construction.

The eco trends are increasingly taking more prominence in the world of decoration and you provide a more natural parts of our homes look and gives much style next to any artificial material type.
Bamboo is certainly the best way to give our rooms a touch eco-.chic.

The structures of furniture, especially chairs are made of bamboo. To make braided rattan is used, which is a species of palm that has very thin stems with long internodes between the leaves, or the wicker is the thin branch of Vimetera and other species of willow.
To make rattan furniture moisture is needed, and thanks to it the necessary malleability is achieved. Once the folds, allowed to dry, keeping the shape and strength characteristics of the material itself. Sometimes rattan furniture parts may include wicker.

Wicker is more flexible and lighter than rattan. Since both have similar features but superior to high, as is advised to perform a mix between the two as well harness the potential of the two materials and get products durability and strength.

In recent years it has grown replacement for the synthetic rattan in rattan outdoor furniture and terraces. This is an imitation which is made of high density polyethylene. This material is very resistant to rain, wind and especially in salt water, so it is one of the most sought materials for their durability and aesthetics.

From Verges we recommend using this material in outdoor furniture combined with solid steel or aluminum. We should note that rattan furniture:

• They do not require special maintenance
• They are very resistant to environmental factors
• They can be washed with water
• They are environmentally friendly because they can be recycled
• They are very flexible and have a lot of durability
• You can choose different colors and shapes
• Very light furniture
• They are much cheaper than natural rattan

Photos by Patrick Cline for Celerie Kemble

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