Solid wild nut

Common solid wood properties

Wild nut is a special type of American walnut. It is characterised by strong natural characteristics, such as misshapen branches and cavities as well as cracks throughout the heartwood. These natural characteristics are selected on purpose to give the products a more aesthetic appeal.


Exposure to light

Wild nut is a relatively hard type of wood with a distinctive, brown heartwood and heavily contrasting, lightly coloured sapwood. The heartwood tends to lighten up slightly as a result of an exposure to light, whereas the sapwood tends to darken slightly.


Specific wood treatment

Two layers of very dim UV water paint are applied to the intensively brushed wood. The surface is sanded down after every procedure. Wax is applied as the last layer.

Solid wild nut model series


Hartmann BO solid wood furniture model series

Premium nut wood at its most beautiful

An excellent combination that creates a cosy feeling: Bo unites the warmth of solid, brushed wild nut wood with applications made of smooth Alcavel or cutting-edge dim glass as well as perfectly crafted round profiles on the corners of the cabinet body.

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