Walnut Dining Furniture | Tables | Chairs | Buffets | Sideboards | China Cabinets
We just received several new walnut dining furniture pieces, including this Bistro Table, the Classic Shaker Chair #2 and the American Mission Chair. Natural dark heartwood walnut is so beautiful, nothing compares. Come see for yourself at Stonehurst, Vermont’s newest fine furniture and art gallery.

Our friends (and shipping partners) Anthony, Tony and Henry brought in two truckloads of Vermont handmade furniture for Stonehurst today and most of it is in walnut and cherry wood. We now have several walnut dining furniture pieces, including this Bistro Table, the Classic Shaker Chair #2 and the American Mission Chair.

Have you noticed that real, solid black walnut dining furniture is becoming rare? If you’ve been shopping and find yourself unimpressed with what you see, there’s a reason for that. Disease and global warming are taking their toll on American black walnut trees, as we’ve described in previous walnut blog posts. Much of the walnut you’ll see in mainstream furniture stores is either imported wood that’s stained dark or walnut sapwood that’s steamed to look like heartwood. Our craftsman, Robin captured my feelings exactly: “natural dark heartwood walnut is so beautiful, nothing compares”.

Fortunately for those searching for real walnut furniture, our craftspeople at Vermont Woods Studios specialize in finding high quality, natural wood that’s been sustainably harvested. The flip side of course is that, because of the relative rarity of walnut, there is a price premium which can be anywhere from 15%-30% per piece.

Learn more about walnut wood on our website and give Liz and Sean a call with your questions.

Almost every piece of furniture on our website can be custom made in walnut, even if the feature photos show cherry, oak or maple wood.  Browse through walnut wood furniture photos here.

This blog is written by your friends at Vermont Woods Studios. Check out our Vermont made furniture and home decor online and visit our showroom and art gallery at Stonehurst, the newly restored 1800s farmhouse nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains.

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