Countertops Finishes And Edges

White Kitchen with White countertops

Polished Finish

The kitchen is the heart of the home, and the countertops are the heart of the kitchen. Polished finish countertops add a touch of luxury to any kitchen, and they are very easy to clean and maintain. They are also very resistant to staining and scratching and will give your countertops a beautiful, shiny appearance that will make your kitchen or bathroom stand out.

Honed Finish

A honed finish on countertops can give your kitchen or bathroom an elegant, timeless look. This type of finish is created by using a special type of polishing process that leaves the surface of the countertop with a smooth, matte finish. Honed finishes are typically more durable than other types of finishes, making them ideal for areas that see a lot of use.


Leathered Finish

The leathered finish on countertops has become a popular choice for many homeowners. There’s something about a leathered finish on countertops that just oozes luxury. It’s a look that says “I’m here to party” while also maintaining an air of sophistication. It’s the best of both worlds, and it’s a look that you can easily achieve in your kitchen with the right products and a little bit of elbow grease. 

Custom Countertop Edges

Quarter Inch Bevel Edge

Beveled Edge

Beveled edges on countertops can provide both a decorative touch and a functional one. They can help to create a smooth transition between the countertop and other surfaces, or they can provide a place for food or other items to sit without slipping off. Beveled edges can also help to prevent chipping or other damage to the countertop.

Chiseled Edge

There‘s something about chiseled edges on countertops that just makes them look more expensive and luxurious. It‘s a small detail that can make a big difference in the overall look of your kitchen or bathroom. Chiseled edges also have a functional purpose, as they help to prevent chips and cracks. They‘re also easier to clean, as there are no sharp corners for dirt and grime to accumulate in. If you‘re looking to upgrade your countertops without breaking the bank, opt for ones with chiseled edges. You won‘t regret it!

Chiseled Edge Countertop
eased edge countertop

Eased Edge

Eased edges are a type of edge treatment for countertops that create a soft, rounded edge. This type of edge is often used in kitchens and bathrooms where countertops are exposed to water and moisture. Eased edges are easy to clean and maintain, and they provide a safe and comfortable edge for leaning and working.

Half Round / Bullnose Edge

A Half Round edge on a countertop is a great way to add a touch of elegance to your kitchen or bathroom. This type of edge is typically made from granite, marble, or other types of stone. It is rounded on one side and flat on the other, making it easy to clean and maintain. Half Round edges can also be used on backsplashes and other areas where you want a clean, finished look.

Full Round Full Bullnose Countertop

Full Round / Bullnose Edge

A Full Round edge on a countertop is a smooth, rounded edge that is typically used on laminate countertops. This type of edge can give your countertop a softer, more finished look. Full round edge on countertops is a classic look that never goes out of style. It can also help to prevent chips and other damage that can occur with a square edge. 

Ogee Edge

An Ogee edge is a type of edge profile for countertops that features a double curve. It is a popular choice for both its aesthetics and its functionality. The ogee edge can help to disguise any imperfections in the countertop surface and it is also easy to clean.

Ogee Edge Countertop
Laminated Edge Countertop
Laminated Edge Countertop

Laminated Edge

A Laminated edge on countertops can provide a number of benefits. It can help to create a more seamless look, as well as protect the edges of the countertop from damage. It can also make it easier to clean the countertop, as the laminated edge can help to prevent dirt and grime from building up.

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