AMERICAN FURNITURE MANUFACTURES

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Bamboo For Furniture





bamboo for furniture






    furniture
  • Large movable equipment, such as tables and chairs, used to make a house, office, or other space suitable for living or working

  • furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"

  • Small accessories or fittings for a particular use or piece of equipment

  • A person's habitual attitude, outlook, and way of thinking

  • Furniture is the mass noun for the movable objects ('mobile' in Latin languages) intended to support various human activities such as seating and sleeping in beds, to hold objects at a convenient height for work using horizontal surfaces above the ground, or to store things.

  • Furniture + 2 is the most recent EP released by American post-hardcore band Fugazi. It was recorded in January and February 2001, the same time that the band was recording their last album, The Argument, and released in October 2001 on 7" and on CD.





    bamboo
  • the hard woody stems of bamboo plants; used in construction and crafts and fishing poles

  • woody tropical grass having hollow woody stems; mature canes used for construction and furniture

  • The hollow jointed stem of this plant, used as a cane or to make furniture and implements

  • A giant woody grass that grows chiefly in the tropics, where it is widely cultivated

  • Bamboo ' is a group of perennial evergreens in the true grass family Poaceae, subfamily Bambusoideae, tribe Bambuseae. Giant bamboos''' are the largest members of the grass family.











bamboo for furniture - Anji Mountain




Anji Mountain Bamboo Chairmat & Rug Co. Roll-Up Bamboo Chairmat, 48-Inch-by-52-Inch, 5mm Thick, No Lip, Natural


Anji Mountain Bamboo Chairmat & Rug Co. Roll-Up Bamboo Chairmat, 48-Inch-by-52-Inch, 5mm Thick, No Lip, Natural



This stunning Roll-Up Bamboo Office Chairmat introduces style to what was formerly an unattractive and purely functional accessory. Naturally elegant bamboo is more durable than a plastic mat and adds a charming organic touch to any area. The Roll-Up model offers excellent durability and is perfect for both commercial carpets (up to 1/4", no carpet pad) or hard floors. 100% Anji Mountain bamboo offers supreme durability and is harvested in an manner from sustainable forests. Kiln-dried to the optimum moisture content to minimize cracking and warping. Felt backing with non-slip dots keeps mat in place and protects your floors. Rounded edges allow for easy access on and off the mat. Finished with premium, eco-preferable, UV-cured coating for ultimate protection. Rolls up for easy shipping and portability. Hard floor chair casters are recommended. 48-inch x 52-inch Bamboo Chairmat, Roll-Up, 5mm thick, No Lip, Natural finish by Anji Mountain Bamboo Chairmat & Rug Co. Model AMB24012.

Transform any workspace with the warm, rich tones of bamboo by adding this high-quality, roll-up chair mat. Made of 100-percent Anji Mountain bamboo, a region in China renowned for growing the strongest and most durable reeds, the mat may be placed over any existing flooring, including wall-to-wall carpeting, hardwood, ceramic, and marble. A premium felt backing provides plenty of cushioning and protection, while the distinctive grain of this sustainable grass makes a handsome, inviting landscape that will provide many years of fine performance. The chair mats come in Natural and Dark Cherry finishes and are available in a range of sizes with a choice of rectangular or tongue shapes. Because bamboo is lightweight, the mats very easy to move when rolled up. --Kara Karll










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Bamboo Avenue, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, 1903




Bamboo Avenue, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, 1903





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Bamboo Avenue, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, 1903

Image from the National Library of Jamaica Photograph Collection. Permission to reproduce this image must be obtained from the National Library of Jamaica

"A 4 km scenic drive through an archway of living Bamboo, on the main south coast highway between middle Quarters and Lacovia in the parish of St. Elizabeth" Olive Senior (2003)

This image was originally used in Jamaica: the New Riviera: a Pictorial Description and Its Attractions by Jas Johnson in 1903 which is in the National Library's monograph collection.

Further information - Bamboo Avenue
Bamboo Avenue is also known as Holland Bamboo as it was planted by owners of Holland estate, a sugar estate which once belonged to John Gladstone (1764-1851), merchant, politician and father of William Gladstone ( 1809-1898), a British Prime Minister.
Bamboo is regarded as the fastest growing plant in the world and is used in many ways in Jamaica. The species of bamboo grown in Bamboo Avenue is Bambusa vulgaris, which originated in Haiti and is the largest species planted in Jamaica. It is exploited as construction material, including making pig sties and animal enclosures and providing wattle for homes and kitchens, making baskets, furniture and screens. Bamboo root provides fodder for animals in times of drought, holds soil together in conservation work. Bamboo joints are used to carry water and as planters, and carved and decorated to make ornaments. Musical instruments such as the Benta, Bamboo Tamboo and the Bamboo Saxaphone are made from bamboo. Bamboo leaves, boiled with Guinea Grass and mixed with white rum, was used as a folk medicine remedy to treat malaria and other fevers.

Sources
Johnson, Jas. Jamaica: The New Riviera : a Pictorial Description and Its Attractions. London : Cassell, 1903.
Senior, Olive. Encyclopedia of Jamaican Heritage. St. Andrew, Jamaica: Twin Guinep, 2003











Bayog Bamboo




Bayog Bamboo





There are four main types found in the Philippines:

Bayog (Bambusa Blumeana variety Luzonensis) has the same diameter as kawayan tinik but with thicker walls and is used for the superstructure of buildings and homes. Bayog often have curved culms and may be used for furniture for a desired effect. Bayog is slightly thorny and grows in the lowlands.

Kawayan Tinik (Bambusa Blumeana) is of the same diameter but with thinner walls and is used for secondary components of a structure such as rafters and flooring. It may also be used for furniture. The Ilocano term for ‘tinik’ is ‘siitan,’ which literally means ‘thorn’

Bolo is a very thin bamboo that grows in the midlands, it can be planted by seed or offset, and is for ‘sawali’ (traditional woven wall)

Benguet / Chinese Bamboo (Desdroca Lamus Aspen) is imported but now grows throughout the Philippines and is used for room dividers or similar applications.

Some advantages of bamboo include low weight (ease of transport / handling), unusual strength, low cost, sustainability (grows rapidly and abundantly).









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