Bamboo Bed Frame by John Kelly

"Your finished meal will only be as good as your ingredients." This applies to furniture too, but many designers seem to ignore this idea. This bamboo bed frame or "Tau Bed" by John Kelly has simple lines, that show off the grain of the bamboo. But the bamboo is only a veneer, inside lies MDF or medium density fiberboard. More often than not, MDF contains urea-formaldehyde or phenol-formaldehyde, which off-gasses into interior air. Formaldehyde-free MDF does exist — two of the best known are Medex and Medite II. :: Design Republic via ProductDose

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