Black Walnut is a plentiful species throughout the Eastern U.S. The beautiful grain and rich color made it popular for furniture, paddles, gunstocks and even coffins. The shells of the Black Walnut fruit contain natural dyes that stain anything they come in contact with, and were used by early American settlers to dye hair.
See Black Walnut in the home:
Framed KBIS display
Euro Vanities

Black Walnut is in a class all its own, with a rich, smooth grain and deep color. A very durable hardwood, Black Walnut grain patterns range from straight to irregular and display a natural luster. Natural color variations range from dark chocolate to lighter browns and blond or white sapwood. We have chosen Toffee as the “natural” stain on Black Walnut, as it tones the lighter sapwood and accentuates the grain beautifully.

A range of grain patterns and varied colors appear on the same panel and adjacent door and drawer fronts will not match. These are natural characteristics and are not considered a defect.