There is ample work space on this 10×20 work surface. Perform tasks and cut with a breeze on this walnut board. Each of our 2” thick boards are designed with style and function in mind. This means that not only are all of our cutting board options visually stunning and versatile but incredibly durable and able to handle daily use without falling apart for years.
We use the best selection of walnut to showcase the true nature of the beauty of this particular wood. With a natural lustre and a rich color, walnut wood is used for countless industries and the American black walnut tree is the most popular walnut breed in America. It is mostly found in Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois because of their direct sunlight and dry dirt. Walnut’s swirling patterns and versatile tone makes it ideal not just for various projects but in place of other less sustainable and durable woods as well.
On the Janka hardness scale, Walnut ranks 1,010 lbf or 1,010 Janka. With this said, it is harder than cherry wood but not quite as hard as maple wood. The strength of maple wood means that it can handle being used daily for years and even succumbing to fall or water damage without bending, chipping, warping, cracking, or drying out in the slightest.
Walnut is most commonly used in hardwood flooring, guitar bodies, gun stocks, furniture, cabinetry, kitchen countertops, and other woodworking projects. This is because this wood material is versatile, strong, fine-grained, and hardens further with age. Walnut wood also lightens with age as well which means it will continue to brighten up your home or restaurant kitchen settings with ease.
Walnut wood is also incredibly sustainable and cost-effective as well. This face grain will last for years to come but not break the bank. Because walnut grows easily and self heals, it can be used for all kinds of projects and can be shipped all over the country as well without costing consumers much yet still promising immense strength and longevity.
All dimensions are approximate sizes. It is best to work with the natural characteristics of the wood first and the dimensions second.