Edge Treatment Slab

Our choice of an edge is no small detail. A proper edge profile adds impact to the beauty of a natural stone slab surface and helps integrate it into the overall design of the room. Consider the space where the slab will be used. If soft, rounded corners are common, consider using rounded edges like a bullnose or pencil edge to tie things together. If straight lines are predominate, then squared-off edges could be used – straight, beveled and chamfer edges are all possibilities. Roman O’gee and other specialty edges often compliment cabinet trim or other architectural details.

With the right edge detail, your slab is sure to make a striking and lasting impression. Edges are available in a variety of thicknesses – ranging from 3/4″ (2cm) and 1-1/4″ (3cm) thick to 1-1/2″ (4cm) laminated.

3/4″ (2cm) & 1-1/4″ (3cm)

Straight Versailles Tuscan Curve Radius
 Straight  Versailles  Tuscan Curve  Radius
 Thumb Mold  Pencil  Bevel  O'gee
 Thumb Mold  Pencil  Bevel  O’gee
 Normandy Bead  Demi Bullnose  O'gee Bullnose  Scotia
 Normandy Bead  Demi Bullnose  O’gee Bullnose  Scotia
 Full Bullnose  Chiseled Edge  Roman Ovollo  Stepped Bullnose
 Full Bullnose  Chiseled Edge  Roman Ovollo  Stepped Bullnose


1-1/2″ (4 cm) Laminated

 Radius  Extended Bevel  Straight  Bevel
 Radius  Extended Bevel  Straight Bevel
 Full Bullnose  Demi Bullnose  Thumb Mold Stepout  O'Gee Over Versailles
 Full Bullnose  Demi Bullnose  Thumb Mold Stepout  O’gee Over Versailles
 Versailles Over O'gee Thumb Mold  O'gee  O'gee Over Full Bullnose
 Versailles Over O’gee  Thumb Mold  O’gee  O’gee Over Full Bullnose
Versailles Double O'gee O'gee Top & Bottom Versailles Over Full Bullnose
 Versailles  Double O’gee  O’gee Top & Bottom  Versailles Over Full Bullnose
 Demi Bullnose with Stepout O'gee Bullnose  Bevel Top & Bottom  Straight with Apron
 Demi Bullnose with Stepout  O’gee Bullnose  Bevel Top & Bottom  Straight with Apron
 adius with Apron
 Radius with Apron

Color Variation

Natural stone is a product of nature, are subject to variations in color, shadows, textures, veins and markings.