When it comes to selecting new countertops, you have several options to consider, aside from choosing between granite, quartz, or another popular stone. The type of edge design you choose can personalize the countertop and bring to life your unique style in your kitchen or bathroom. To define your new countertops and help set the overall look of your space, we offer an array of countertop edge design options.
One of the most simplistic edge designs available, the flat eased edge leaves your countertop with a square-like edge that’s polished just enough to remove any sharpness from the stone.
Marked by its sharp 45-degree angle, this 3/8 Top Bevel edge’s cut develops a well-defined border that frames the countertop and creates an elegant finish.
Our custom half bullnose edge gives your countertop a simple, curved silhouette that’s rounded on the top and flat on the bottom–making it comfortable to work against whether you’re cooking in the kitchen or just brushing your teeth in the bathroom.
Interested in giving your countertop a dramatic effect? Waterfall edges are achieved by vertically continuing the stone at the end of the countertop to the floor. In addition to its unique look, waterfall edges are a savvy way to hide appliance storage space.
This edge is curved along the top and the bottom to create an even finish. Bullnose edges are flattering for any kitchen style and offer a classic touch that is safe for kids and easy to clean.
This edge has a sophisticated look that is most popular in traditional kitchens. Ogee edges feature an elegant “S” shape composed of two curves that can vary from subtle to dramatic.