Qualities of Walnut Furniture

Walnut is a North American wood, mainly grown in the central and northeast United States. Walnut is a stable wood that can take turning and intricate carving. It is resistant to decay and durable. It is considered a premium wood and tends to be more expensive than other hardwoods. Often used for formal and fine furniture, such as executive office furniture, it is the wood selected by our CEO for his office furniture.

Dining Room Set in Walnut Wood
Executive Desk and Bookcases in Walnut Wood

Look of Walnut Furniture

Walnut is a dark wood with a fine, straight grain that is moderately coarse in texture with occasional knots. The natural color of walnut varies from dark to pale yellow-brown, depending on the part of the tree. Walnut is often finished with a natural or dark stain to complement its natural, dark color.

Samples of Stain Finishes on Walnut Wood

You will see from these samples of stains on walnut, it maintains its dark tones in any stain finish.

Walnut with Natural Stain


Walnut in Mission Stain


Walnut in Michaels Cherry Stain

Michael's Cherry

Walnut in Washington Stain


Walnut in Acres Stain


Walnut in Antique Slate Stain

Antique Slate

Natural Characteristics of Walnut Wood

Here are some examples of the grain, variation in color and knots that are natural features of walnut wood.

Corner of Desk in Walnut Wood
Edge of Table in Walnut Wood
Table Corner in Walnut Wood
Back of Chair in Walnut Wood


For more information on using walnut wood for your Amish-handcrafted, heirloom-quality furniture, don’t hesitate to call toll-free and speak with a friendly and knowledgeable Amish furniture specialist at 1-866-272-6773.

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