Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal Desk

Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal DeskMayan Walnut Twin Pedestal Desk
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Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal Desk Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal Desk Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal Desk Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal Desk


Brand: Baumhaus
Product Code: AD-B-CWC06B
Availability: In Stock
Price: £879.00
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Large hidden home office with clever design to conceal unwanted IT clutter.

This beautiful home work station is stylish and modern. It is robustly built from choice grades of solid walnut hardwood which has been obtained from sustainable managed forests. The construction quality is exceptional using traditional furniture making techniques. It is hand finished with the application of a resilient satin lacquer.

FEATURES
  • The upper central drawer has a hinged front and houses your keyboard
  • The left two upper drawers are H11 x W35 x D42cm
  • The left lower drawer is designed to carry files and measures H41 x W35 x D42cm
  • The right upper drawer is H11 x W39 x D42cm
  • The cupboard on the right is designed for the computer and printer H54 x W39 x D52cm
  • It has a removable/adjustable shelf
  • Part of the Baumhaus Mayan furniture collection
OVERALL DIMENSIONS

Width: 170cm
Depth: 55cm
Height: 90cm

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TreeWalnut Hardwood


What is walnut?

Walnut wood is obtained from the walnut tree - Otherwise known as 'Juglans'. It is capable of growing up to 40 metres high. There are 21 species, with the greater number now grown in North and South America. English walnut and black walnut are the most frequently used types for furniture making.

Walnut is a highly popular timber and has been used in the past as gun stocks and even as a herb in Chinese medicine. Also the nuts from walnut trees are edible and are globally popular. The shells are used for cleaning metals, fibreglass, plastics, wood and stone amognst many other things.
 

Why is walnut great for furniture making?

Nowadays, walnut is used widely in new cabinet making as well as being popular by antique furniture collectors. Walnut is a lovely dark and rich wood, providing a warm and luxurious feeling to any interior decor scheme. Walnut is a hardwood with a neat, straight grain and is available in a range of shades to provide for all requirements.

Walnut is less dense than oak and is in high demand from furniture makers because it will keep its shape when intricately carved. Walnut furniture is often crafted using walnut veneers, due to the expense of solid walnut hardwood. Quality walnut veneers with tight grains produce exceptionally attractive furniture that can be to a very special, smooth finish.