Countertop edges are the finishing touch to your kitchen countertop installation. Your choice of countertop edge style is included with any new countertop purchase. There are many different types to choose from, depending on the size of your kitchen and your preferred décor style.
Eased edges are great for small kitchens, tight corners and narrow walkways. They have slightly rounded corners for safety and comfort, while still having flat, unobtrusive sides.
Beveled edges are marked by their sharp 45-degree angle. This cut makes for a well-defined border that frames the countertop while maintaining an elegant finish.
Ogee edges feature an elegant “S” shape whose curves can vary from subtle to dramatic. These edges are popular for natural stone countertops, but they can also be achieved with high-quality laminate surfaces as well.
Bullnose edges are curved along the top and bottom for an even finish. They are universally flattering for virtually any kitchen and are one of the most popular granite countertop edges, although they work well with any counter material.
Half bullnose edges, or demi-bullnose edges, have the delicate curve of a bullnose edge and a flat bottom. The soft, rounded top makes this edge a good choice for kitchens of any size.