Bamboo Sun is a 90 x 200cm beaded door curtain, featuring a vibrant arrangement of bamboo shoots against a background of the rising sun.
Does Bamboo Flower?
Most bamboo species flower infrequently. In fact, many only flower at intervals as long as 65 or 120 years. The longest mass flowering interval known is 130 years, and it is for the species Phyllostachys bambusoides. In this species, all plants of the same stock flower at the same time. And this is regardless of differences in geographic locations or climatic conditions. And then the bamboo dies. The lack of environmental impact on the time of flowering indicates the presence of some sort of “alarm clock” in each cell of the plant. This signals the diversion of all energy to flower production and the cessation of vegetative growth. However, the mechanism, as well as the evolutionary cause behind it, is still largely a mystery.
Why use a Bamboo Sun Door Curtain?
Our beaded door curtains come in an assortment of designs and styles. From plain coloured or natural through to designs featuring spiritual, floral and beachside living themes. These fun and colourful beaded screens will add dimension to any living space.
A fantastic item for introducing a relaxed and casual feel to your living space beaded door durtains are not just for doorways. Having been created as a functional screen to reduce harsh light, discourage insects and help air movement. Beaded door curtains still continue to perform these functions brilliantly. But there are a number of other creative ways that these decor items can be introduced into your interior space. They can be used as a room divider or partition to separate a dining and living area, or to screen an unsightly laundry area or workspace.
A beaded door screen can also be used as a wall feature. Simply suspend from a hook or two on a large, blank wall, they can be positioned in such a way that they dominate a vertical space or placed behind a low cabinet to extend to the ceiling height.