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Top 5 popular edge profiles for stone

Top 5 popular edge profiles for stone

When selecting edge profile designs for stone, we may consider many factors such as safety, environment, taste, and so on.

I understand how much of a challenge it can be to choose the best one, and that’s why I write this blog to share the top 5 kinds of popular edge profiles for you.

  1. Half-bullnose edge
  2. Eased edge
  3. Bevel edge
  4. Ogee edge
  5. Full-bullnose edge

Half Bullnose Edge

The half-bull nose edge is perfect when we want a smooth transition in visual terms. Suppose we like the edge not too monotonous as it looks like a rounded edge but is easy to keep clean. Then, please consider a half bullnose edge for your countertop.

It is rounded on the top but with a straight bottom portion. It displays a smooth, round surface and presents a broader section of our stone texture. It’s a good choice when we want to show off the grain of our stone products.

We keep the upper surface rounded because it won’t hurt us when cooking. This half-bullnose edge gives our countertop a rounded profile without making it look thin.

It is perfect for the minimalist aesthetic preferred for modern homes. Its wide top surface area and short depth can handle heavy loads without compromising stability or safety.

It can be created with either a hand-held router or a CNC machine. The advantage of using a CNC machine is that it allows for more precise cuts and can produce multiple pieces with the same edge profile.

When creating a half-bull nose edge, it is important to use the correct router bit. If the wrong router bit is used, it can damage the stone or create an uneven edge.

Eased Edge

Eased Edge is a physical and chemical process that changes the edges of the stone to make them look softer. We usually apply it for countertop slabs and other uses where a softer, more natural look.

This is the cleanest look of the edge profile. It offers a flat surface with a sharp edge on top rounded, in case we are hurt by the sharp edge.

It is great for small kitchens, narrow spaces, or any modern style. The rounded corners guarantee safety and comfort but keep a flat side.

We make the eased edge by sanding down the sharp edges of the stone with finer grades of sandpaper until the desired effect is achieved. We can finish this process by hand or with the use of specialized machinery.

The end result is a smooth, soft edge that gives the stone a more natural look. Eased Edge is a popular choice for those who want to achieve a rustic or country style in their home decor.

If you are considering using Eased Edge on your next project, be sure to consult with a professional stone factory to ensure the process. executed Eased Edge can result in a less-than-desired finish.

Bevel Edge

The bevel edge profile is a classic style, and it matches well with both modern and traditional spaces.

Many people like it because it looks stylish. It has a flat surface that is angled at 30 to 45 degrees to accommodate our Aesthetic attitudes.

Beveled edges can be processed on any type of stone, including granite, marble, limestone, and sandstone. The most common bevel edge profile is the 45-degree angle, but other angles such as 30 degrees, 60 degrees, and 90 degrees can also be used to create different effects. The deeper the cut, the wider the bevel face is.

We always categorize the beveled edges according to the specification of the angled face.

One advantage of beveled edges is that they can help to protect the stone from chipping or breaking at the edges. This is because the angle of the bevel creates a lip that helps to deflect impact away from the vulnerable edge of the stone. Beveled edges can also help to highlight the natural beauty of the stone.

Ogee edge

It sounds like a fancy name, but actually, it is a fairly common edge design. It looks like the letter “S’ forms from the side view.

It is also one of the most decorative styles and is popular for its sweeping lines, which are created by the overlapping of two arcs. The shape of the curves varies from a shallow curve to a deep arc (depending on the width of the deck) made by cutting a series of arcs in a line and along the opposite side resulting in a profile with both a convex and concave side.

Full Bullnose Edge

Full bullnose edge profile, also known as the round edge profile, has a vertical edge similar to the shape of a bull’s nose, hence the name. It is another preferred style many people opt for due to its simple but stylish look. Full Bullnose Edge profiles are suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.

There are many benefits to having a Full Bullnose Edge on your stone surfaces. Firstly, it gives the stone surface a softer and more natural appearance. Secondly, it is also much easier to clean as there are no sharp edges for dirt and grime to accumulate in. Lastly, it is a much safer option if you have young children or pets in the home as there are no sharp edges that they could hurt themselves on.

If you are looking for a stylish and sophisticated edge profile for your stone surfaces, then look no further than the Full Bullnose Edge. Its classical look is sure to add a touch of elegance to any home.


As you have read, edge profiles are an important design element for stones, each having its functional and decorative purpose that you should consider before installing. With the details I provided on the listed edge profile types, I believe it would be much easier for you to make a choice.

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