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This Half Round Turned Bamboo Moulding will add beautiful detail to any home project. With it's bamboo-like qualities, it is sure to stand out on a doorway or cabinetry. It features decorative "knuckles" that create the look of bamboo poles. The rustic design would look good in a wide range of styles, depending on how you choose to accent your space with it. There is an 8" distance between each knuckle. This wooden moulding is 34 1/2" long, 3/4" wide and it has a 3/8" depth. The small size adds to the versatility of the piece, as well as the beech composition which can be painted or stained.
If you like the style of this moulding but are looking for a larger size, we also offer the Half Round Turned Bamboo Moulding (Part #891385) with a 1" width and 1/2" depth.
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We are going to use them in a ceiling.
Looks great on my cabinets!
We used the bamboo trim to border the top and bottom of a wood veneer around a room. The trim took stain easily and was easy to install. I would recommend this product for any decorative trim work that would needs the look of bamboo.
Excellent quality and consistency
Would highly recommend
It seems fine. We are going to use it to make a bamboo style picture frame for an Asian work of art, in this case, decorative tiles. I would recommend it to anyone trying DIY picture framing. Once its all done, maybe we can send you a picture?
It isn't that often we need the bamboo, but it is one particular customer that comes back looking to add to the custom cabinetry we have done for them in the past using the bamboo. The product we produce for this client is painted, so no need for real bamboo. The nice part of that is this manufactured bamboo is consistent in shape and size, so it makes it much easier to work with than real bamboo...and not much waste therefore. I'm sure we will be using more in the future. Hopefully it doesn't get discontinued.