Fumed Oak Wood Flooring refers to a process of treating the oak hardwood flooring to change its color. This treatment involves putting the oak into an enclosed environment in which ammonia is released into the atmosphere.
Many species of walnut exist throughout the world, but the most common species in North America is Black Walnut. The tree grows generously across the continent, but doesn’t necessarily yield as much wood as other larger species, such as oak and maple.
Grey, or gray (depending on where on this beautiful planet you are from), is an intermediate color between black and white. It is a neutral or achromatic color, meaning literally that it is a color “without color”.