There are seven edge styles for 3 CM thickness. Once you choose a design, complete your plan by selecting a height and edge.
While picking the right material for your countertops is a task all its own, it is the edge that you will find to be one of the most prominent features. Explore your edge profile options below.
Want to add some rustic flare to your space? The Beaver edge exposes the natural stone on the side, a chiseled-out-of-the-ground look, making it a popular option for outdoor kitchens.
Turn your countertop into a piece of art with the waterfall edge! The half-round top gives the appearance of no edge at all. There is no actual starting or stopping point: the countertop runs down all the way to the floor. The waterfall edge brings the stone to life and adds movement to your room.
Add the elegance of the Renaissance era to your room with the Ogee edge. It is the perfect choice for a traditional kitchen, featuring its signature “s” shape.
Clean. Simple. Modern. Did that catch your attention? Go with a flat, polished, eased edge - a popular choice. This edge has a square, crisp-look that is slightly smoothed to prevent chipping.
Round and contemporary, the half bullnose edge enhances the thickness of the stone countertop. A versatile choice. It can be used in a contemporary or traditional setting.
Mix things up with the ¼ bevel edge. This is a variation on the original bevel. It allows you to have the decorative edge while still showing the depth of the 3 CM stone.
Soften the atmosphere of your room with the full round edge, an edge that curves from top to bottom. The full bullnose edge emphasizes the thickness of the granite and highlights the beautiful patterns and veining of the stone.