Walnut wood

Walnut wood

Walnut wood comes from deciduous trees from the walnut family. The Walnut tree gets its name and it derived from Jovis which means "the acorn".
The trees will be 10–40 m high. The sprung leaves consist of five to twenty-five partial leaves.

There are more than a dozen species that exist all over the world. The wood of most species is traded under the name nuts.

Walnut wood is a hardwood with a fine-still-open grain. It always has a unique patterns in it and usually a distinct dark color. Walnut is easy to edit and gets a great look with the right machining with a clear quality finish.

Walnut is often dark. It is a hard kind of wood with a dense and tight grainy structure. The color can vary well through oil from creamy white to a dark color.