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Many homeowners do not think about the importance of an edge profile when choosing the details of their countertop, but this detail has a very significant effect on the overall atmosphere of your kitchen.
An edge profile is a term used to describe the edges of your countertop. The contouring and shape of the edge are considered in the nuances of different edge profiles.
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Less is often more. In a clean-lined and simple kitchen, a basic square profile works best. The straight edge is a timeless design that can work in mostly styles and tastes.
Square with Waterfall edge
This edge profile is an interesting way to turn your stone countertops a focal point, running them vertically down to the edge of the island. This will create a more dramatic and glamorous design.
This rounded edge detail is a timeless classic, great for traditional kitchens. The Full Bullnose is gentle to the body because it has no sharp edges. Therefore, it tends to be more resistant to chips.
It is one of the most popular decorative shapes chosen for large kitchens, as it provides a slight amount of elegant accent without seeming like too much. Contrasting a traditional ogee edge on an island with a more contemporary square edge on the perimeter walls is a great option. It’s another timeless classic that works well in traditional kitchens.
A triple waterfall edge is a single waterfall design, repeated three times to create a staggered, waterfall effect in profile. Waterfall edging is popular because it’s elaborate, expensive looking, elegant and complements dark and medium colored materials. It also makes a counter look sturdier as it creates an illusion of thickness.
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