Bamboo is a big interiors trend this season.  It works so well because it’s a natural material which is strong and can be woven to create an interesting delicate or strong ascetic structure.  It also grows at a very fast rate which means it’s a sustainable crop.  I found some very cool pieces available for your living room like the Thai fish trap inspired Bamboo Pendant Light which really does bring nature indoors – £149 from Bodie and Fou.  For storage try the Bamboo Basket Set which is ideal for laundry, waste paper or small logs – £40 by Idyll Home at Not on the High Street.  Alessi has a collection of bamboo furniture and home accessories as part of their ‘Blow Up’ range designed by brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana.  The bamboo rods are put together to form a random structure for a Small Table – £116 from Alessi.  Also in this range is the Magazine Rack – £56.  For subtle lighting, the Beau Bamboo Lantern has a black metal frame to provide contrast against the light colour of the hand-woven material and is perfect for use indoors and for alfresco dining – £12 from Habitat.  Credits: text by Homegirl London, images courtesy of Bodie and Fou, Idyll Home, Alessi and Habitat.  Disclosure: This feature includes the following affiliate partners – Not on the High Street and Habitat (if you click through from my website and purchase items from the affiliates I will earn a small commission).

 Bamboo Pendant Light, Bodie and Fou

Bamboo Pendant Light
Bodie and Fou Link

Bamboo Basket Set, Idyll Home

Bamboo Basket Set
Idyll Home at Not on the High Street Link

Blow Up Bamboo Small Table, Alessi

Blow Up Bamboo Small Table
Alessi Link

Blow Up Bamboo Magazine Rack, Alessi

Blow Up Bamboo Magazine Rack
Alessi Link

Beau Bamboo Lantern, Habitat

Beau Bamboo Lantern
Habitat Link