A common choice for architects in commercial and domestic installations alike. It is an edge that has a 45-degree angle.
An excellent presentation method providing a clean curve to the granite face.
Less material is removed compared to other Bullnose options making this a more subtle choice.
Completely rounded with both edges curved, the bullnose edge softens the feel of any space. It is half-circle in shape which makes it an appropriate choice for households which are concerned with safe. However, they are less recommended for areas which easily get wet because spilled liquid tends to fall down the cabinets.
is an edge that has a 45-degree angle. The deeper the angle is cut, the wider the surface of the material looks. It is a classic edge treatment that is not only aesthetically pleasing but is functional as well because it is easier to clean. It requires the countertop material to be at least 1 to 1 ½ inches thick. It has a classic luxurious look and works best with classic themed or country themed kitchens.
The most popular finish where the statement is simplicity and quality. Also known as the flat edge or straight edge, this is characterized by a basic square profile showing the full thickness of the stone. It is clean, streamlined and matches any design style and concept.
is an edge profile wherein the design has 2 sweeping arches: a concave arch that flows into a convex arch. When viewed from the side, it forms an “S” shape. Because of its dramatic outline, it is considered a premium cut and is more expensive.
A major feature will significant material removed, less common but very impactive.