Star Bamboo project at Nathan Road [With Photos]

Hello, it’s been a while since we had some new photos. Here’s one of our favourite projects in the recent months, we hope that you will like it.

The owner of this Nathan Road apartment has a generous collection of solid wooden furniture. The colour and general air of solidity goes well with our carbonised bamboo flooring. There are many pieces of rose wood furniture, which one might think is too dark-hued for our bamboo flooring, but the overall effect is surprisingly harmonious. Together, they provides a warm and luxurious feeling.

Rose wood bed and study desk perched on Carbonised Vertical bamboo flooring

The rose wood bed has been in the family for many years, and was handed down to the owner by her parents.

Modern and clean lines in another bedroom. The white walls make for a nice contrast with the Carbonised colour of the bamboo flooring.

Rooms have a touch of modern contemporary flair, yet the bamboo flooring goes well with the design. Whether your design theme is modern or classic, our bamboo flooring is timeless.

The designer opted for a matt coating on the bamboo flooring. As you can observe in the following photo, there is little glare in the bright afternoon sun, making it the default choice in tropical Singapore.

The matt coating not only reduces glares, but also takes the inevitable wear and tear excellently.

An open-concept bathtub in the bedroom is a tad cheeky. After an indulgent soak, one steps right onto the warm, welcoming bamboo flooring back to the bed.

There is always the curtain to shield one from curious neighbours.

We hope that you have enjoyed the photos presented above. If you would like to enjoy bamboo flooring in your home or office, contact us here. :)

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  1. Hank said,

    October 31, 2011 at 6:43 pm

    Perfect performance

  2. Cindy Ng said,

    November 1, 2011 at 8:29 am

    Yes! Nice! aimming it for three four years ago….May I have an ideal of the cost for the area about 900+ sqft…


  3. Hun Boon said,

    November 1, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    Thanks Cindy, we’ll drop you an email to get more details from you. :)

  4. Star Bamboo Singapore » HDB project in West of Singapore [with photos] said,

    November 12, 2011 at 7:30 am

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  5. Sam said,

    April 4, 2012 at 7:27 am

    Hi Hun Boon,
    Would like to ask how much to overlay bamboo flooring for my 4rm flat’s living room only?
    The original flooring is tile flooring but is rather old now.
    How long this will take and do I need to repaint living rm after work is done?

    Thx a lot!

    Kind Regards

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