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Walnut. Yes, really walnut!

Deep and dark - but danish and all FSC*

At Kvik, we do not design worktops from endagered tropical hardwoods. So when we create exotic designs, we often choose Walnut.

If you have you heart set on a genuine wooden worktop you belong to almost a club of people who treasures a long list the veins, or the glow, or the eventual patina or the feel and the lineage of that piece of the forrest that now forms your kitchen worktop. Or all of the above. And to most of that group of our customers, the extra care that genuine wood demands is not a minus - it is way to groom for the fact that the work still is full of life and character, that grows when groomed and buffed.


Walnut is dark in hue, and as a worktop it is only treated with a neutral oil, giving full display of it's natural beauty og vein and grain.

Because walnut is a massive wood, any visible cut only dispays its qualities and invites for tailor made details from our pro carpenters.

Like all massive wood worktops, wallnut puts a few design limits to what styles you can choose concerning which sink mounting and tap mount is posible in your project. Please talk to your local Kvik consultant


A number of edge profiles can make your walnut worktop really unique.


Walnut comes in a sanded oil finish


Kvik walnut and the massive wood work tops are all FSC-certified wood and have the second lowest CO2 footprint* of all our worktops, mainly because it is highly recyclable, and because process transportation is limitied.

* = read more about worktop co2 footprint

User perspective

Like all massive wood worktops, a walnut worktop is warm and easy to be around for everyone in the family. Daily cleaning is easy, but we suggest regular care is left in the hands of grown ups.


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