According to Dan Rivers of CNN, bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants, or giant grass, thus bamboo is the fastest absorber of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. It also is a genuinely renewable resource, because, unlike hardwood, which once cut needs replanting to reproduce, bamboo can grow new shoots from its own root system.
Strong and Durable Bamboo Furniture
As you may have assumed by its strong root system and ability to thrive in the wild, bamboo is incredibly strong and durable. Bamboo is so strong that it has been used to build boats, bridges and scaffolding.
Bamboo is more lightweight than hardwood, making it easier to transport and rearrange than heavy hardwood. Since bamboo furniture can be moved with ease, redecorating is a snap.
If you have many of these pieces in your rooms, then you won't be as reluctant to rearrange your furniture from time to time.
Bamboo Holds Its Shape
Over time, hardwoods swell with moisture and shrink in response to dryness. Bamboo doesn't react as drastically to moisture, so it maintains its size and shape.
This make bamboo furniture ideal for sizing.
Bamboo Easier to Maintain
Because bamboo is more resistant to moisture than wood, it does not incur as much damage from contact with water. It will not rot like wood does and, much to the relief of bug haters, it is termite resistant.
Cleaning bamboo is easy--just wipe it down with a damp cloth.