Granite Countertop Edges
Granite Countertop Edges
The edge of the countertop is an important part of the new kitchen countertop that provides the finished look, but it's also something that's often overlooked.There are many options for mesa edges, so there is a wide range of cases to choose from.More elaborate countertops can become very expensive, so you need to consider your budget before deciding which style to choose.There are a variety of options for countertops of any type, be it wood, laminate, granite or marble.Here is an overview of some of the most popular styles.
Straight is one of the most common style, it is also one of the easiest and cheapest installation work in this style of mesa edge, the appropriate material stick on the edge of the table below, these may be single, pure color, especially if the table itself is not a pure color from one end to the other side, in most applications, straight edge or bevel edge is seamless, and provides a fairly traditional style.If you have a laminate countertop, you will find that, in terms of colors and patterns, there are all kinds of edging options, just like the countertop surface itself.
Edge is style of edge of a kind of mesa edge, notice grace and delicate on the design, this kind of style is superimposed by concave and convex curve and become.This kind of edge is especially suitable for more expensive and hard natural materials, such as marble, quartz or granite. Natural countertops, such as granite countertops, have many elegant decorative edges with carefully curved edges.
Bull nose meshes are characterized by raised shapes, which are usually suitable for ceramic tile meshes.They can be used not only for kitchen countertops, but also for bathroom and other occasions. They can also be used for laminate countertops.In this case, the entire mesa, including the edges, is completely seamless, and there are many different styles for the nib mesa border.This includes a beveled bull nose effect and a semicircular bull nose effect with straight down, edges, etc.
The surface of the countertop can also be framed with hardwood slats, which are usually finished and can be glued to the edge of the countertop.This applies only to wooden countertops, especially plywood.Hardwood trim provides a higher quality appearance to the countertop overall, but it does require additional maintenance.The hardwood strips are glued together along the edge of the countertop, flush with the countertop.Over time, spills and scratches can cause edge damage and need to be redone periodically, however, this is no different from the surface of the wood countertop.
A brief introduction to granite mesa edge products:
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