What are my edging options for countertops?

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American designer and architect Charles Eames said, "The details are not the details. They make up the design." And we believe that's true, especially regarding edging your countertops.

Stone types, colors, and patterns can create a stunning visual, but the edging offers a seamless finishing touch that helps make a bold statement. On the other hand, plenty of extended considerations could make some edges best for your remodel.

What’s in an edge?

For some homeowners, visual appeal must be an essential feature of their surfaces, so more creative options are the most reasonable choice. These can include edges like the waterfall, ogee, and half bevel, enhancing your chosen stone's visual. Other homeowners prefer safety or custom countertops that take advantage of every inch of workable surface space. For these benefits, look to the bullnose, standard, or eased edge, depending on the results you want most from your finished product.

What to expect

While most edgings take on a crucial aesthetic to match your home's décor, the functionality of this choice cannot be overlooked. Consider your expectations before choosing the edge, and discuss safety, simplicity, and elegance with your design team.

As you might expect, the more intricate the edge design, the more time it will take to fabricate your piece. Once you’ve picked your countertops, we’ll give you an accurate estimate of how long the installation will take, from start to finish.

We can help you find the perfect edge

At Bedrock Quartz, we care about every aspect of your countertop experience, including the perfect edge. Our staff members bring decades of experience to your project to promptly provide quality materials and services.

You can visit either of our showroom locations in West Jordan, Layton, Pleasant Grove, or St. George, Utah, whenever you're in the area. We'll ensure every detail is perfect for custom countertops that will serve you for years ahead.