This blond bamboo, in a horizontal construction, lends a contemporary, exotic flavor. The surface is extremely hard and dense, and it’s treated with a protective finish that won’t reduce air quality. Photo courtesy of US Floors Inc.
This high-traffic strand bamboo flooring is a durable floor: It's actually 154 percent harder than red oak hardwood. The ultra-dark finish lends high drama to this dining area. Shown: Teragren® Portfolio Colors – Paris Black. © Teragren LLC
Contemporary Engineered Bamboo
Wide-plank engineered bamboo flooring adds a contemporary look to a luxury apartment. The 7 ½-inch wide planks, in an antique bronze hue, are also a practical, durable choice. Photo courtesy of DuroDesign Flooring, Inc.
Durable, Solid Flooring
This solid bamboo floor features beautiful natural color variations. It’s three times harder than traditional bamboo flooring and comes in six-foot lengths. Shown: EcoTimber Woven Bamboo – Amber. Photo courtesy of EcoTimber