Solid Hardwood Flooring
Black walnut (Juglans nigra) // Hardness : 1010
Walnut wood flooring is hard, strong, and stiff, with good shock resistance. Rated at 1010 on the Janka Hardness Scale, walnut is harder than alder, maple, or African mahogany. Finished wood varies from light to dark brown, while sapwood is nearly white and can be up to 3 inches wide in open-grown trees.
As a building material, walnut is stable, generally straight grained, and easily worked with tools, making it an excellent flooring material. The dark, rich finish adds warmth and beauty to any room.
Customize your Walnut Floor
Remember you can (should in some cases) mix and match textures for just the right look. For example, Skip Planing assumes a Circle or Band Sawn texture, and a Chipped texture works best when combined with a more rustic texture and wood.
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