A well-selected countertop edge can make a significant difference in your kitchen design. The types of countertop edges are some of the high-quality options available in the market. Your choice of the edge you want for your countertop should depend on your kitchen design, your budget, and your preference. The edge you choose can make your kitchen look even more elegant and sophisticated. Here are a few options that we offer at Quartz Plus Countertops:
This type of countertop edge has a straight edge and is the most basic of all the edges. It ensures that the countertop looks sharp and clean-cut. This type of edge suits the modern style kitchens the most. It is uncomplicated yet stylish, and hence, highly popular among homeowners. You can also add a "waterfall" edge to your island to get a more modern, seamless look.
This type of countertop edge features an angled cut that finishes the top edge at approximately 45 degrees. The bevel edge goes well with any kitchen design, whether your style is traditional or modern. Bevel edges can also help create the illusion of full thickness.
Demi Bullnose Edge
A Demi Bullnose edge is curved on the top half of the countertop and gently slopes down to a straight and flat underside. This type of edge offers enough softness and elegance to make it an excellent choice for any kitchen design. It's also easy to clean and maintain, making it ideal for kitchens with high traffic.
Full Bullnose Edge
This type of countertop edge is similar to the Demi Bullnose edge, but it features more rounded corners. It is an elegant and luxurious edge style that suits any design style, from farmhouse to contemporary.
This type of countertop edge is the most intricate of all. This edge is a timeless showroom quality, with edges having sharp angles and curves that create a beautiful pattern. Although it’s not the easiest of edges to fabricate, it can be highly customized, creating pristine pieces that transform your kitchen from ordinary to stylish.
Radius Corner Options
At Quartz Plus, our radius corner options range from sharp and square to soft and rounded. Our dedicated team of experts are here to help you determine the best corner option for your quartz countertop based on your personal style and the overall look of your kitchen or bathroom. It is important to take into consideration if your countertop will be in a high-traffic area of your home, and the size of your space. If you have a small kitchen, you may want to choose a smaller radius corner option to help to make the space feel larger.
A perfect edge and corner means an elegant and stylish kitchen, making your home look even more charming and inviting. If you’re interested in learning more about the options that we have available, we invite you to contact us!