When selecting kitchen countertops, many people make the mistake of thinking that the edges do not matter. However, countertop edges are more important than you might think, and a good edge can make or break a kitchen remodel. Here are the three best stone countertop edges to consider.
Single Bevel Edge
This type of edge is square and cut at the top at about a 45-degree angle. The lines and decoration will add a bit of elegance to space without overwhelming the color and styles of the walls, cabinets, and counters. This type of edge will look like you spent more money, even though the price is affordable.
This is a smooth, round edge that will enhance any type of material your countertop is made from. The curve will add a bit of elegance to your kitchen but does not overwhelm the overall style. The cost is comparable to double eased edges.
This style is a softer square that will eliminate the sharp hard edge that is often found on laminate and other countertops. This type of edging will add a more upscale look to any size kitchen and is complementary to more modern designs.
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