Timberboard Oak B/C

Thuiswinkel Waarborg

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Product information

  • Calm and warm appearance
  • Easy to treat with a stain, lacquer or oil
  • Each board is unique
  • This material can warp with temperature differences or in humid areas
  • Can discolour if it comes into contact with iron
  • Natural wood: it discolours when exposed to daylight
  • For horizontal applications only


Solid wooden sheets can be used for various pieces of furniture. Oak sheets are high-quality solid wooden sheets that can be used for luxurious tables, cabinets, shelves and other furniture. Oak with visual grading B/C has a robust appearance and retains natural features such as knots.

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Product properties

Specific gravity (kg/m3)750
Thickness19 mm, 26 mm, 40 mm
Type Timberboards
VariantOak Timberboard B/C
GrainYes, lengthwise
Application (climate)Indoors
Wood type of surface layerOak
Functional useOverall quality
ColourBeige / Brown
Quality markFSC® 100%
Sheet structureFinger-jointed slats
Top layer typeSolid
Top layerTo the core

Order cut-to-size solid oak timber board rustic online

Easily order cut-to-size solid oak timber board online. This way, you can create a robust and sturdy piece of furniture in your interior in no time at all. You can have our solid timmerpanelen cut into various shapes and finishes. Whether you need an industrial table or want to add some warmth to your home with solid wall shelves, anything is possible. How handy is that?

Solid oak timber board: what is it?

Oak is known as a hard wood species. If you treat the wood well, it will last for years. Oak has a light-brown colour that can be made darker by staining, varnishing or oiling it. Oak owes its popularity to its coarse flames and the warm appearance of the material. These sheets contain not only heartwood but also sapwood. Sapwood is light-coloured and soft wood. The combination of the two makes the board tougher and rougher than A/B quality oak panels. Small planks are sawn from this wood (slats), which are then finger jointed. An oak sheet is also called an oak timber board, although it is not finished on the sheet edges as standard.

Oak, like various other solid wooden sheets, will warp with temperature differences and in humid conditions. It is important to always treat the oak evenly with a lacquer, stain or oil to prevent warping. Oak is very popular because of its special colour and beautiful grain and can therefore often be seen in the home. This type of wood can also be used outdoors, provided it is properly treated. Oak timber board B/C consists of a combination of heartwood and sapwood. This creates different colour nuances on the material. The material has a smooth surface.

Quality grading with timber board

Timber board comes in different qualities. This does not mean that the sheet is more or less strong, it indicates the quality of the appearance of the sheet . The quality can be found in the product properties. More information about the visual grading below.

This solid oak timber board has a visual grading B/C. This means that the board is not completely free of errors, it can contain large colour nuances and other imperfections. The visual grading is indicated by letters, often a combination of two letters with a separator between them. This can be found in the product name or the product properties. The first letter represents the top of the sheet, the second for the bottom or backside. The top side of the sheet has visual grading B and the bottom side has visual grading C. When a sheet has visual grading A, this means that the sheet is fault-free and contains virtually no imperfections. Solid oak timber boards B/C therefore have a robust and natural appearance and are the perfect basis for industrial and rural furniture. It gives a piece of furniture character.


Lumber Quality Indication
A Uniform colour. No knots and no heartwood allowed.
B Small colour nuances permitted. Tassels and heartwood may be present.
C Large colour nuances permissible. Tassels and heartwood are present.

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To create a solid wood oak board, small planks are sawn from the wood (slats), which are then glued together and finger jointed. Finger jointing involves milling a figure at the ends of the slats so that the slats can be firmly glued together. To be able to make a sheet of a larger size, several slats are combined into one large sheet. This results in a very solid and strong sheet. The result is a solid wooden sheet that is visibly composed of several small slats. These slats run in the longitudinal direction of the sheet. Keep in mind that no slat has the same appearance. The wood structure and colour of each slat is unique and can therefore also deviate from the image. Our solid sheets are interior bonded, which means that the material can only be used indoors.

The direction of the wood grain

Timber board has a visible wood grain. The wood grain pattern always runs in the longitudinal direction. When sawing the sheet, we maintain that the longitudinal dimension is also the longitudinal direction of the wood grain. So be careful when filling in the measurements, so that the flames of the wood grain all run in the right direction!.

Available thicknesses of solid oak timber board

Solid timber boards can be ordered in various thicknesses. You can easily specify your desired thickness during the ordering process. This way you can be sure that the sheet material meets your requirements: both the size and thickness of the material. The following thicknesses are available: 19 mm, 26 mm en 40 mm.

Machining solid oak timber board

It is important to finish this board with a protective varnish or stain. This increases the durability of the board. Always sand solid wooden sheets with a fine grain before you start working with it. The sanding of oak provides a beautiful result, so the details of the grain pattern stand out even more. Which benefits the robust, cool sheet. If you want to saw or mill the material, keep in mind that it may splinter. Finally, we recommend that only stainless steel is used for bonding with metal to prevent discolouration on the wood.

After the sheet has been sanded, it is important to treat the oak well with a lacquer, stain or oil.

Specific applications of solid oak timber board

Oak can be used for various applications. Bring the industrial look into your home by ordering an oak tabletop and fitting a steel base underneath. You can also pimp your current furniture by mounting a wooden top on it; think of a desk, TV cabinet or maybe a kitchen top!

In addition to sawing the material to size with millimetre accuracy, you can also choose from a variety of shapes and finishes. For example, if you have a round dining table in mind, choose the 'circle' shape, or opt for a rectangle with rounded corners. See the available shapes and finishes that apply to the product or see all the possibilities on the shapes or finishes page.

Alternatives to solid oak sheets

Is oak timber board B/C not the right type of wood for your project or are you looking for a solid variant with a somewhat Scandinavian look? Then opt for massief essen timmerpanelen or massief esdoorn timmerpanelen. View our other solid wood types here.

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