Thursday, 14 May 2009

Bamboo Furniture reduces CO2 Gases....


Our new range of bamboo furniture will be here in around 6 weeks, and, wow, are we excited about this! At last we've sourced a range of products, manufactured in timbers, which are actually eco-friendly. Bamboo, in case you aren't aware, absorbs large quantities of CO2, generating some 35% more Oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees, and, of course, can be harvested annually without the need for replanting. Combine this with low soil erosion due to its widespread root system and its lovely warm appearence and we think you'll be pleased with the results. The picture shows a couple of items from the range, all designed to complement our existing range of futons and futon sofabeds. The products are not on show on our website at http://www.futons247.co.uk/ yet, so keep looking at the blog for an update.

1 comment:

  1. Bamboo figures prominently in all aspects of Chinese culture. Find references to the plant in history, art, literature, especially poetry.

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