Edge Profiles

The right edge profile can enhance your countertop, as one of the details that makes your kitchen unique. Here are some examples of available profiles:

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This simple edge gives your countertop a clean line and simple look. You can easily use it with modern designs as well as with traditional designs. This simple flat edge will never go out of fashion.

This edge profile is less modern and more traditional. It is good for families with kids as it is sturdier and less likely to chip.

The full bullnose is a smooth, rounded cut that gracefully softens your edges from the top and from the bottom. This rounded edge detail is a timeless classic, great for traditional kitchens.

This edge profile adds a special touch to the more simple look. The beveled edge is a square cut along the top at an approximately 45-degree angle.

This expressive edge is elegant and curvy. It is very common to contrast a traditional ogee edge on an island with a more contemporary edge on the perimeter walls. It's another timeless classic that works well in traditional kitchens.

Eased Edge

This simple edge gives your countertop a clean line and simple look. You can easily use it with modern designs as well as with traditional designs. This simple flat edge will never go out of fashion.

Half Bullnose

This edge profile is less modern and more traditional. It is good for families with kids as it is sturdier and less likely to chip.

Full Bullnose

The full bullnose is a smooth, rounded cut that gracefully softens your edges from the top and from the bottom. This rounded edge detail is a timeless classic, great for traditional kitchens.

Beveled

This edge profile adds a special touch to the more simple look. The beveled edge is a square cut along the top at an approximately 45-degree angle

Ogee

This expressive edge is elegant and curvy. It is very common to contrast a traditional ogee edge on an island with a more contemporary edge on the perimeter walls. It's another timeless classic that works well in traditional kitchens.