NEW. This simple, yet bold profile has a 1/8" radius and is sometimes referred to as a double pencil edge. Shown in Ellesmere™.
This profile, often called a reverse Waterfall, is a traditional design with a twist. Shown in Torquay™.
A reversed and sharply slanted mitered edge gives this profile a dramatic appearance. Shown in Berkeley™.
This edge seamlessly integrates flush with a cabinet door creating a modern, sleek look. Shown in New Quay™.
This edge is a traditional ornate ogee edge reversed down, giving it a modern spin. Shown in Seagrove™.
Combines a reverse Ogee edge stacked on top of a straight drop modernizing the traditional edge. Shown in Summerhill™.
Our fullest Ogee profile design, also called a Cove Ogee over Ogee. Shown in Praa Sands™.
For a natural, rustic appearance, choose this hand-finished profile often named Chiseled, Broken Edge or Rock Face. Shown in Buckingham™.
Fading back at the bottom edge, this profile is sometimes named a Reverse Bevel or Plater. Shown in Castlemartin™.
This profile, often called Waterfall, is one of our most ornate. Shown in Bradshaw™.
The Mitered edge is an edge assembled from two pieces, to give a countertop with less weight the appearance of a much heavier one. Shown in New Quay™.
Deeply rounded at the top and bottom of the edge, this profile is sometimes also called a Bullnose or Full Bullnose. Shown in Shirebrook™.
A classic Ogee profile. Shown in Bellingham™.
Our thinnest Ogee profile. Also called a Saskatoon Ogee or Short Ogee. Shown in Braemar™.
This angled edge is often called a Bevel. Shown in BERKELEY™.
An angled cut to both the top and bottom edges, sometimes called a Double Bevel. Shown in Laneshaw™.
Both the top and bottom edged of this edge profile are rounded. It’s sometimes called a ¼ Round Double. Shown in Canterbury™.
Softly rounded on the top edge. Additionally referred to as ½ Bullnose, Demi Bullnose or a ¼ Round. Shown in Wentwood™.
The edge is beveled, not rounded, at the top, often referred to as an Eased profile. Shown in Rosslyn™.