With any granite or stone countertop you will need to pick a profile. Standard edging is eased however the sky is the limit with what you can do with your countertop edge. Please note that when choosing an edge anything besides eased will bring the price up from a marginal to significant. Please visit our
gallery to see some different profiles in use.
Eased Edge(standard) The most common edging, As well as cheapest. Comes standard on all tops unless another is chosen.
Quarter Inch Bevel A smaller bevel for a tighter looking kitchen
Half Inch Bevel A 45 degree bevel half inch wide. Not a common edge however bevels go great if you have bevelled Cornerbead
Demi Bullnose A more full, drawn out half bullnose It gives the edge a fuller look.
Quarter Round A small half bullnose or a large ease, However you look at it, it makes for a great feel and softness to the kitchen
Half inch Bevel T&B Two half inch bevels. One on top, one on the bottom
Quarter Round T&B Double the quarter round for a nice soft edge
Full Bullnose A nice rounded edge. Be careful with water near this one It’s full round allows water to drip onto your Cabinets as it follows the round underneath.
Full Ogee The most noticeable traditional edge around A very great choice for marbles or high end kitchens.
2cm Ogee Generally used on ¾ material, However displayed here is it on 1 ¼ Which gives it a totally different look
Ogee Bullnose An ogee with a small bullnose on the bottom to add a more rounded Flowing feel. Careful around water as these do allow water to drip onto cabinets.
Reverse Ogee Bullnose
Half Bullnose A half round edge that is very traditional looking Great for rounded flowing houses without square Construction.
Triple waterfall A very beautiful edge. If you like cleanliness this edge isn’t for you Dirt and grime gets stuck in between the waterfalls.
Platner / Verona Bullnose Add a bevel to the top of this and you get a Japanese edge. Very contemporary edge Great on one off pieces as a highlight