The finishing edge you choose for your stone installation project is a complement to the design style you’re trying to achieve in your home or business.  The majority of HGBStone customers prefer the sleek and simple Eased edge.  It’s a straight, polished edge that suits today’s modern kitchens and bathrooms, especially if you have shaker-style or flat-panel cabinet doors.  The striking curve of an Ogee edge is more traditional, although it works well on a show-stopping island that is the focal point of your kitchen and a stand-alone piece of art worthy of extra detailing.  The rounded Waterfall edge is fashionable when you want your stone countertops to flow vertically to the floor, although the Eased edge is also popular for this trend.  The rounded Bullnose and angular Beveled edges are selected less these days, probably because they suit traditional cabinetry.  Provided are examples of the finishing edges crafted at HGBStone.  The Eased, ¼ Round, and ¼ Bevel edges are the standard choices included in your quote.  There is a per linear foot up-charge for the other finishing edges, which will be discussed during your stone selection appointment.  Whether you have visions of a sweeping stone waterfall on your kitchen island, or a Chiseled edge for your bar that suits your rustic design, the staff at HGBStone will help you make the right choice.