Choosing the edge profile is an important decision that deserves some consideration when looking at your options. Each edge profile offers a different style and can vary in durability to fit the unique design and function of your home.
A mitered edge, like the one shown to the left, is created when the corners of two slabs are cut to a 45 degree angle and seamlessly joined together. It is used to create an “Apron” front edge on a countertop to make it appear thicker. It is also used to create waterfall legs that run to the floor on the sides of islands or at the end of a countertop run to create a sleek modern look.