Explore your edge profile options below.
Most common edge detail, a 90 degree edge with an easing of the corners dulls the edges, easiest to clean, and will give the countertop the thickest look.
There is a slight curve on the top of the edge, creating a slightly round, slightly pitched edge.
With its sleek and angled look, the beveled edge is a popular edge detail in more contemporary designs. It has a clipped flat corner, usually on a 45-degree angle. This edge is easy to clean with its flat design.
Softly rounded on the top edge. The half-bullnose or demi-bullnose edge is similar to the bullnose, but instead it is rounded on the top side and has a sharper edge on the bottom. This edge works well with any design style and looks great on any stone.
Deeply rounded at the top and bottom of the edge. One of the most popular edge details, as it complements any design style and looks great on any stone. It has a rounded edge from top to bottom and gives a very soft look.
The double beveled edge is a popular edge detail in more contemporary designs. It has a clipped flat corner on the top and bottom, usually on a 45-degree angle. This edge is easy to clean with its flat design.
This edge is a very contemporary edge with a radius on the top and bottom of the profile.
The ogee edge adds an elegant touch to a more decorative design project. The ogee edge has more intricate detail making it most commonly used in traditional designs.
For a natural, rustic appearance, choose this hand-finished profile. A chiseled edge or raw edge is created by chipping away at the edge and then a coating is applyed to seal and soften the edge.