Willamette Valley Walnut
Recognized for its dark range of rich colors and swirling grain patterns, Oregon Walnut is famous among fine furniture makers.
Walnut is a very hard wood of intense beauty, with dark chocolate, caramel, and vanilla tones that redden with exposure to sunlight. It makes beautiful flooring, as well as furniture, butcher block, and other interior accents in a wide variety of applications.Originally, Walnut was brought over from England as root stock, walnut is not a native species. Many early settlers in Oregon brought the nuts to plant in their new home. That is why it is mainly found in controlled orchard settings, urban yards, and other areas where it has been planted intentionally.
Our walnut lumber is milled from trees salvaged from backyards and orchards in the Willamette Valley. Many of the walnut trees brought to the Pacific Northwest by early settlers are at the end of their life and need to be removed. We work with regional mills that salvage this wood and we offer it in live-edge slabs, flooring, butcher block and solid wood surfaces, and other beautiful interior products.
- 3" through 6" character-grade flooring
- 4/4 through 8/4 hardwood lumber
- Live-edge slabs
- Butcher block and plank-style solid surface