Modern kitchen with Oak cabinets

07.09.2022

Many ask themselves the question, is oak kitchen outdated? The answer to that question is no, not if you look at what is sold at kitchen manufacturers. all producers have oak kitchens in production, they would not have that if there was no demand.

Massima Oak Kitchen
Massima Oak Kitchen

But if you are unsure, you can go halfway, build a new kitchen with modern style and oak as a complement. I will show you several examples here, partly kitchens in 100% natural oak, then some where it is 50/50. Some have only one kitchen island in oak, which works fantastically well with modern kitchens.

JKE Oak Kitchen
JKE Oak Kitchen

I will show all oak kitchens in large pictures first, if you want to see more of these kitchens then just scroll down, I also add movies and lots of pictures of oak kitchen drawers, kitchen cabinets and more of these oak kitchens.

Sigdal Oak Kitchen
Sigdal Oak Kitchen
AUBO Oak Kitchen
AUBO Oak Kitchen
HTH Oak Kitchen
HTH Oak Kitchen
Designa Oak Kitchen
Designa Oak Kitchen
HTH  Oak Kitchen
HTH Oak Kitchen
HTH Oak Kitchen
HTH Oak Kitchen

"JKE Nature. A new kind of kitchen island as a gathering place, in warm oak with zinc-jointed wooden boxes and durable linoleum on the worktop. Tall cabinet in slatted design - in the Nordic Nature model in warm oak. Display cabinet in a strict industrial design with smoke-colored glass and built-in light strips with a pleasant dim light. Drawers without handles with ash gray linoleum fronts and ceramic worktop."

A classic kitchen with modern design where the warmth and coziness of oak, captured and transformed into modern, shape, color and design. A symbol of both nature and reliability. The solid wooden frames of the display cabinets with crosses give the configuration a sophisticated and warm look.

The Oak Line series from AUBO represents the best traditions in Nordic kitchen design with its iconic sliding doors made of solid wood. This fantastic kitchen in Scandinavian design is equipped with COFFEE colored cabinets. Oak Line comes in four different colours: Nature, Latte, Coffee and Black. The kitchen has all possible practical solutions for cutlery, waste sorting and other storage space.

With Nordic Spirit from HTH, you get a Nordic kitchen that is built with natural solid oak. When you choose a handleless kitchen, you tone down your kitchen in a minimalist style. Here the wood speaks for itself, and it really comes into its own with the unique grains. Nordic Spirit is available in 4 different colors, the lightest being white oak and natural oak, which gives a bright and very natural look. If you are more attracted by the dark wood shades, you can choose the stylish wood veneer in poplar wood that has been laid on the solid wood slats. Black pigmented oak is also an option if you want to emphasize the unpolished and characterful look.

Nordic Creation from HTH is a solid oak kitchen with finger-jointed drawers. The kitchen island takes on a relaxed expression with black plinths that bring the VH-7 look together in an elegant way.

Nature by DESIGNA is a tribute to nature with real wood and proud carpentry traditions. It hardly gets more Nordic than when you decorate your kitchen with slatted fronts in rustic oak - dark or natural. Enjoy the light and shadow effect that highlights the wood's natural shades​​​​ An elegant choice that takes your kitchen design to new heights.

All photos and videos of these oak kitchens are taken by Mauritz Interior & Design

"Breakfast Room Green is the most cheerful of all our greens, remaining lively in both bright sunlight or softer candlelight. Named after the usually east facing rooms designed for eating the first meal of the day, it is particularly beautiful in the dawn light."

"This strong architectural grey is named after the lead often used by fishermen to weight their lines. Plummett intensifies in colour in smaller spaces and has a strikingly modern feel which is conducive to minimal living."

"This mid-century modern green is a darker version of the much loved archive colour, Olive. Perfect for those who want to embrace stronger colour in the home, its sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene - especially when combined with soft pinks and browns." Bancha has good reviews, 84% recommend this color on Farrow & Ball's website.