There is ample work space on this 20×24 work surface. Perform tasks and cut with a breeze on this walnut board. Each of our various cherry, walnut, and maple wood cutting boards are 2” thick making them incredibly durable and long-lasting likewise.
We use the best selection of walnut to showcase the true nature of the beauty of this particular wood. The fine swirling grain pattern of this wood paired with its impeccable rich tone and continuous hardening quality makes it not just beautiful but highly effective for countless projects. This is why it is most commonly used for hardwood flooring, veneers, guitar bodies, drum sets, car interiors, furniture, cabinetry, countertops, and various other wood items and projects including construction, art, and wood carving.
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. In fact, walnut wood continues to harden even further over time which means that its density only increases as time passes. This means that your walnut cutting board is sure to be able to withstand the test of time and potential fall or water damage that comes with it without bending, cracking, chipping, warping, or drying out whatsoever.
Furthermore, walnut wood is self healing which means that it is safer to use than other cutting boards likewise. While cheaper wood or plastic cutting boards acquire deep grooves in their surface from knives which trap food particles and contaminate food, walnut wood heals these grooves and prevents potential foodborne illness and food poisoning from ever occurring.
Walnut wood is also cost-effective and long-lasting as well. This face grain will last for years to come but not break the bank. The sustainability of walnut wood stems from its ability to grow, be manufactured, and be used for countless projects with little to no overhead cost as well as the fact that it can be used in place of other less sustainable woods as well. This makes walnut wood not only high-quality and durable but cost-effective and eco-friendly likewise.
All dimensions are approximate sizes. It is best to work with the natural characteristics of the wood first and the dimensions second.