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Bamboo woven wood shades fit with other bamboo accessories
Dec 10 2010
From decoratively painted wood to wicker, wastebaskets have become so attractive they're almost too nice to use for trash.
Bamboo in fllooring, window treatments and waste baskets are features that give a room a natural look.
According to Ultimate Home magazine, there's no reason to relegate the wastebasket to a holder of rubbish. In the bathroom, it can hold a stack of rolled-up bath towels placed next to the bathtub in a look that's fit for a spa. A wastebasket matching the décor of a living room can be placed next to a reading chair to hold magazines and books. Additionally, a brightly-colored wastebasket can provide instant storage for a collection of gadgets and little toys in a child's room.
A circular, water-resistant wastebasket can be put to good use next to the doorway as a depository of wet umbrellas for rainy days. During winter, it can be a place for scarves, gloves and hats ready for family members as they leave the house.
For a nature-inspired room, a wastebasket made of bamboo can be offset by other bamboo features – a live plant in a glass container, flooring made of eco-friendly bamboo lumber or woven bamboo rungs. Installing bamboo woven wood shades as a window treatment is another way to play up this natural look.
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