Buying Guide

Types of Countertop Edges

Eased Edges
eased countertop edges
  • These are great for small kitchens. 
  • They feature a soft square that offers an understated and unobtrusive finish. 
  • This is great for tight corners and narrow walkways.
Ogee Edges
Ogee countertop edges
  • These are popular for natural stone countertops, but they can also be achieved on laminate surfaces. 
  • They feature an elegant “S” shape made of two curves that can vary from subtle to more dramatic. 
  • Since this edge add extra depth to your countertop, it’s best suited for larger kitchens.
Half Bullnose Edges
half bullnose countertop edges
  • These add a delicately curved silhouette to any kitchen. 
  • They are rounded on the top and flat on the bottom, and they work for cooking spaces of all sizes.
Beveled Edges
beveled countertop edges
  • These are marked by their sharp 45-degree angle. 
  • This cut makes for a well-defined border that frames the countertop while maintaining an elegant finish.
Bullnose Edges
bullnose countertop edges
  • These are curved along the top and bottom for an even finish. 
  • These edges are universally flattering for virtually any kitchen, making them a great option for both traditional homes and contemporary spaces. 
  • The soft finish offers a sophisticated touch that is safe for kids and easy to clean.
Custom Countertop Edges
a kitchen featuring custom countertop edges
  • Custom countertop edges can be designed and fabricated to your uniquely modern style. 
  • Our kitchen design experts can work with you to create a look with complements your space while also making a statement. 
  • Custom edges are recommended as a finishing touch for luxury and upscale kitchen renovations.

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