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Walnut. Yes, really walnut!

Danish roots

If you have your heart set on a wooden worktop, you belong to a club of people who treasure the glow and feel of the forest that now forms your kitchen worktop. And to most of that group, the extra care that genuine wood demands is not a minus—it is a strength; it shows that the worktop is still full of life and character that grows with the years—especially when well cared for.

At Kvik, we do not design worktops from endangered tropical hardwoods. So, when we create wood-based designs, we often choose walnut.


Walnut is dark in hue, and as a worktop, it is only treated with a neutral oil, allowing it to fully display its natural beauty and grain.

Because of its natural origins all walnut worktops are individual and full of unique details which our pro carpenters relish! 

Like all wooden worktops, walnut 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. 

Edges ?

Several edge profiles can make your walnut worktop really unique.


Walnut comes sanded with an oil finish.


Kvik walnut worktops are made from FSC-certified wood and have the second-lowest CO2 footprint of all our worktops, 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. 

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