When choosing a kitchen worktop, an important decision many people forget to consider is the type of worktop edge they would like. Details such as this can make all the difference for adding a finishing touch to your kitchen. A Double Pencil or Double Bevel are great options for contemporary kitchens whilst edges such Ogee and Dupont give a more sophisticated look. Consider a Bullnose or Half Bullnose edge to add the subtlety of curves which go well with sharp lines from modular kitchens.

See the edge profile options we offer below.

Chamfer Edge

Our most popular edge for kitchens. An edge that is clean and minimalist. The top and the bottom are retouched to take the sharpness off.

Stone Worktops


Half Bullnose

A Half Bullnose worktop edge profile is a type of edge treatment that features a gentle curve on the top edge and a flattened edge on the bottom. The curve on the top edge is typically a half-circle or semi-circular shape, which creates a smooth, elegant transition between the horizontal surface and the vertical edge of the worktop. The profile is called ""Half"" Bullnose because it is not a full or complete bullnose, which would have a fully rounded edge on both the top and bottom. Instead, the bottom edge of a half bullnose profile is typically left slightly squared off or flattened, which gives it a more contemporary or modern look.Similar to the Full Bullnose edge but rounded top only with a slight radius to provide a soft appearing to the stone worktop.

Half Bull Nose


Half Bevel

Now it's time for our professional template to measure up your newly installed kitchen. You can find more information about templating and what to ensure is completed prior to our templating visit.


Ogee Edge

A decorative and elegant edgethat features a double curve shape with a concave arch at the top and a convex arch at the bottom.  Commonly found in traditional and classic kitchen designs and adds a touch of sophistication and detail to the overall look of the worktop. It is a popular choice for high-end homes and luxury kitchens. 


Mitred Apron Edge

Createing a clean, seamless appearance by joining two pieces of worktop material at a 45-degree angle. The joint is then sanded and finished to create a smooth, continuous edge with inconspicuous seams. The Mitred edge profile is typically used to create a thicker, heavier looking countertop that fits in well with contemporary designs. This style of edge profile is often considered a modern and sophisticated look. Islands worktops and end panels can have a mitred edge to provide a smooth, continuous looking surface which is sometimes called a waterfall feature.