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What edge options are available for granite or quartz worktops?
The edging styles shown above are simply an aesthetic feature of the kitchen, often giving a unique personal touch to the kitchen. There are 4 standard edge profiles available, but if there is another you specifically want, we can normally accommodate it.
Square Edge or Pencil Round
Our most popular and cost effective edge in 30mm stone. It simply leaves a clean finish on the edge, with the sharp corners all shaved off to make it functional also.
A traditionally popular edge which is rounded fully, giving you a softer feel than the square option for worktops of a standard 30mm thickness.
20 x 20mm
Stone Masters offers two options for thicker looking worktops. The 20 x 20mm option joins two pieces of 20mm stone to create an overall 40mm thickness look. This edge is extrememly popular in the US and is catching up in the UK.
60 mm Build Up
A Stone Masters speciality! We attach two pieces of 20mm stone to create an overall look of 60mm thick stone. Careful positioning of the joint means that it is hardly visible and that most people are convinced it is a genuinely thick stone unless the joint is pointed out to them. This type of edge looks very impressive with adjoining floor stands.
Custom edge profiles
If you want an edge profile different to those shown above, it is more than likely that we can achieve it to the highest standard. The cost is likely to increase from the standard edge profiles due to us having to purchase custom tools, however the result can be spectacular (and obviously very personal).
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