Walnut Countertops are one of the most popular countertops manufactured by Grothouse. Walnut is a prized cabinetmaking wood. This is because Walnut is noted for its beautiful grain, which is slightly open and straight. It can also exhibit a wavy or curly figure.
Walnut Countertops can be made in Flat Grain Construction (also known as Wide Plank), Edge Grain Construction, and End Grain Construction (also known as Butcher Block). Walnut Countertops can be crafted to match any style room, whether it be traditional or modern.
Walnut is a great wood for making countertops because it is hard and tough which gives it moderate crushing and bending strength, as well as medium stiffness. The janka scale for Walnut is 1010.
Pictured above is a Walnut Counter made in Flat Grain Construction. This kitchen design demonstrates how wood can be used effectively in Modern Kitchens. The Walnut Counter adds warmth to the room.
The Walnut Countertop pictured above was manufactured in Edge Grain construction. This countertop contains an undermount sink. The grain figure in the Walnut is shown beautifully throughout the countertop. The brown colors in the Walnut are complimented by white cabinetry.
Walnut Wood Facts
Walnut originates from North America. It is also known as Black walnut, American Walnut, Eastern Black Walnut, Gunwood, and Virginia Walnut. The heartwood of Walnut is brown and the sapwood is beige or Maple colored.
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