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European Walnut


Scientific and Botanical Name: Juglans regia
Family: Juglandaceae
Unified Name: Walnut
Growing areal: It is grown in Italy, southern Europe and the Caucasus.
Environment: It grows in both natural and artificial plantation site in the hills and low mountains.
Trunk; logs and tissues: The trunks reaches an average height of 20-25 meters. In diameter, at breast height, they can reach 80 cm. The logs are not very straight with inserted foliage and  forks rather low. The tissues often appears twisted and irregular. Valuable is the walnut root.

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Why choose wooden flooring in walnut?

Thanks to Cadorin, the classic, traditional walnut changes face. Long known as being the warmest and zebra-patterned wood of the European countryside, walnut has now also become an elegant, modern and exclusive timber. It retains the variegated variations in pulp and tone but loses the classic brown-walnut colour to become: grey, bleached, talc, purplish or even bark-coloured. And it is Cadorin’s studies and research to have facilitated the re-evaluation of this wood, resulting in it being used in prestigious interior solutions.

Why choose wooden flooring in Old Noghera (European walnut)?

This parquet has endless possibilities for the most elegant and natural-looking wood. The charming European walnut has made history, resplendent with its fibres and ramifications. This wood offers extraordinary knots and nuances that amaze and offer unparalleled adornment to flooring or cladding. Cadorin sought to seize these gifts by enhancing them to the fullest with soft and elegant finishes. One tip is to choose the maxi planks, real plants laid on the ground that will bring unique sensations to every house guest.