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Oak - a living classic

A hard-wearing beauty

Renowned for its hardness and resilience, oak is well-equipped to handle the demands of a bustling kitchen. It resists scratches and dents while maintaining its integrity over time. Oak's versatility allows it to effortlessly complement various design styles, from traditional to contemporary, offering you the freedom to create an aesthetically pleasing environment for your new kitchen.

Even better, oak possesses inherent antibacterial properties, adding a hygienic element to the workspace. As a material that only grows more beautiful with age, an oak worktop not only enhances the visual appeal of the kitchen but also serves as a durable and enduring investment, making it an excellent choice for those seeking a harmonious blend of style and functionality.


Oak is strong and robust–perfect for a busy home kitchen. At Kvik, we use carefully selected cuts and sections of oak timber to give you reliability, strength and consistency for its lifespan. 

Because oak is a massive woodwork, any cut displays more of its beauty—and the material itself invites tailor-making details by our pro carpenters. 

Like all wooden worktops, oak limits the styles you can choose for sink and tap mounting in your new kitchen. Please talk to your local Kvik consultant, who'll happily fill you in on what can and can't be done. 

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Kvik's oak worktops are made from FSC-certified wood and have the second-lowest CO2 footprint of all our worktops. This is mainly because they are highly recyclable and because process transportation is limited. 


Like all wooden worktops, daily cleaning is easy. However, wooden worktops need to be treated with oil to keep them looking fresh, usually x times a year. 

Oak can be resanded in case of surface damage

White kitchen with built-in ovens and a solid wood countertop