Granite countertop edges are available in many shapes and styles. Curves, angles, and lines join together to create a look of simplicity, elegance, or unusual design.


Perhaps the most popular and simplistic choice is the bullnose edge it is known for it’s soft roundness. The eased edge finds its use on granite backsplashes while the square edge is considered standard for contemporary granite countertops. The ogee edge offers elegance and delicate detail. A chiseled, or rock pitch edge offers a rustic feel and can be dramatic in the right application.
Keeping in mind the style of your home you can easily choose the right edge for your countertop. The pictures you see here are just a sampling of the different style options for edges.

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By |2017-09-12T19:41:46+00:00September 22nd, 2012|Buying Guide: Countertops|Comments Off on Choosing a Countertop Edge