What is the most popular edge on countertops?
One of the most popular standard countertop edges is the Full Bullnose. This sophisticated edge profile is a timeless classic and will look great on your quartz countertops in the kitchen or bathroom.
What is an ogee edge on a countertop?
An ogee edge is a design where the edge of a countertop has a concave arch that flows into a convex arch. Ogee edges are frequently seen in traditional kitchen designs. An ogee edge is an edge of a countertop that has a flowing design of arches. Ogee edges are not synonymous bullnose edges, which are simply rounded.
What is a crescent edge?
The Crescent edge is a soft curved profile that mimics the traditional Bullnose edge but adds a slightly more acute aesthetic. This profile is alluring in its simplicity and works well with more modern design schemes. Any countertop with a crescent edge will look great.
Can quartz countertops be curved?
The full bullnose is perhaps one of the most common edges for your quartz countertop and is certainly a popular selection for homeowners. It features a full curve on both corners, giving a smooth corner all around. This timeless classic is certainly a perfect choice for your kitchen or bathroom countertop.
What does beveled edge look like?
Beveled – This edge features a flattened corner at approximately a 45 degree angle. The bottom corner comes to a point, which means spillage will drop to the floor. The beveled edge is easy to clean and compliments contemporary designs.
What is a Valencia edge?
Valencia Edge countertops are special order countertops that take approximately 2 weeks with any Wilsonart or Formica laminate color and can be ordered for kitchens, vanities, single rolls, and bars.
What are bevelled edges?
A bevelled edge (UK) or beveled edge (US) is an edge of a structure that is not perpendicular to the faces of the piece. The words bevel and chamfer overlap in usage; in general usage they are often interchanged, while in technical usage they may sometimes be differentiated as shown in the image at right.