Its the surface you’ll come into contact with the most.
Countertop edges are an essential part of your countertops, impacting everything from cleaning to safety.
Once you have decided on your countertop material and color, selecting your edge will complete your look and ensure a perfect design for your space.
Your edge will affect the overall feel and architectural style of your project.
You might not have considered this detail when planning your project and you may not know the difference between Ogee and Demi Bullnose, but that’s okay. We are here to help you through the process.
Our most common edge. When you’re looking for an edge that is simple and timeless, this one is for you.
This option is an excellent choice if there are other details within your project you want to draw attention to, such as a stunning island or an exquisite full height stone backsplash design.
A mitered edge gives the illusion of a thicker countertop. The thickness of the material remains the same, but the edge itself comes down vertically from the top edge of your counter, forming the appearance of a thicker edge. The most common thickness is 2″, however, with proper sub-decking and cabinet construction, we can go as thick as you want.
This is a great upgrade edge option if you want your countertop to be more eye-catching without taking away from the beauty of your material selection.
The waterfall edge is a full height version of the mitered edge. Instead of coming down 2″ or so, the edge extends all the way to the floor! This is a statement piece and adds to your overall design. If you want all eyes on this area of your project, then this is the edge for you.
We are flexible! If you find an edge elsewhere or have a design idea in mind, lets chat! We are here to help bring your visions to reality.