Walnut burl wood veneer ranges from light gray-brown to rich chocolate brown to deep and luxurious purplish-brown. The grain is straight to interlocked or curly while the texture is medium to coarse.
Common Uses for Walnut Burl Wood Veneer: Architectural panels, millwork, fine furniture and car dashboard pieces, as well as yacht and aircraft interiors.
Other Names: Black Walnut, American Walnut.
The Tree: A native North American tree, reaching heights of 100-120 feet, with trunk diameters generally between 2-4 feet.
A Little History: Historically used for gun stocks, furniture, flooring, paddles, and a variety of other wood products. Black Walnut is incredibly popular among woodworkers because of its cooperative working characteristics. Walnut is stable, shock resistant, and strong.
Region: North America