Edge Detail Selections

Standard Edge Details

 

Half Bullnose

A round Edge.  This style shows off the thickness of the slab and adds a greater curve than the Eased Edge.

 

Eased Edge

This common Edge offers a simple, clean look.  It is slightly rounded. This slight curve adds movement and tames the sharp edges. 

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1/4 Top Bevel

This subtle Edge highlights the thickness of the slab, a very smooth, flowing Edge.

 

 

Designer Series Edge Details

 

Demi Bullnose

This Edges curve extends further back on the countertop than the Eased and Half Bullnose Edge and  directs any spills away from your cabinets.

 

Triple Pencil

Three "bumps" down the side of the countertop are created by using a special router bit or can be built up by gluing different profiles together.

 

Chiseled

This Edge is more of a rustic or natural look, perfect for your outdoor space.

 

Full Bullnose

Full, gentle curve with no sharp edges giving the illusion the slab is thinner than it actually is. Contemporary look.

 

Ogee Edge 

This design has a concave arch that flows into a convex arch.  A very traditional appearance, a timeless classic.

 

DuPont Edge

Similar to a Demi Bullnose and sometimes called "Birds Beak Edge". This edge provides a notch at the top of the bevel on the countertop side.

 

Designer Laminated Edges

 Most of the time when you see an extra-thick countertop, it's a mitered edge. Meaning that the thickness is standard either 2cm or 3cm with a mitered frame around the sides, making the slab look thicker.

 

Laminated Ogee

 

Laminated Demi Bull

 

Laminated Eased

 

Laminated Half Bull

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Laminated Ogee/Demi Bull

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Designer Mitered Edges

miter joint, is a joint made by beveling each of two parts to be joined, usually at a 45° angle, to form a corner, usually a 90° angle.  

 

Mitered Eased

Most of the time when you see an extra-thick countertop, it's a mitered edge. Meaning that the thickness is standard either 2cm or 3cm with a mitered frame around the sides, making the slab look thicker.

 

 

Mitered Waterfall

A Waterfall edge refers to the way the stone countertops extend down the side of an island or cabinet, all the way to the floor.

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Mitered Edge vs Laminated Edge

Mitered takes two pieces of stone at a 45° angle and are joined together at the angle, resulting in a flowing edge.

 

Laminated edge takes two piece of stone adhered together to make the countertop look thick.   

The countertop then looks 6 cm thick.

 

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