Step 1: Fall in love with a countertop design. (Cambria’s extensive palette has you covered.)
Step 3: Choose your countertop edge profile. (There are 19 Cambria edge profiles to pick from.)
What is a countertop edge profile?
An edge profile is the finishing touch that completes your countertop look, so it’s wise to put some thought into your decision. Need help narrowing down your choices? We’ve handpicked an array of Cambria edge profiles so you can customize your countertops to suit your style.
Finding your Cambria edge profile
With 19 Cambria edge profiles, there’s an option for every aesthetic from contemporary to traditional. Because Cambria’s natural quartz designs infuse veining, movement, and tones throughout the slab, the beauty of your design will carry through any edge profile you choose.
Fully and partially rounded edges add subtle softness to a space. The smooth detailing can make for a comfortable dining area at an island or add contrast to angular fixtures.
The Piedmont edge profile is softly rounded on the top edge. You may also hear it referred to as a demi bullnose, ½ bullnose, or a ¼ round. This edge is available in 2cm, 3cm, and 4cm thickness.
The Volcanic edge profile is fully rounded at the top and bottom of the edge. This edge style is sometimes called a bullnose or full bullnose. This edge is available in 2cm, 3cm, 4cm, and 6cm thickness.
The rounded Volcanic edge profile of this Nottingham™ countertop contrasts the clean lines of shiplap, ladder shelving, and subway tile.
A hand-chiseled edge adds dynamic texture and a rustic look. The edge is not glossy and feels rugged to the touch.
This Cambria edge profile is hand-finished for a natural, rustic appearance. You may hear the Moraine edge profile called a chiseled edge, broken edge, or rock face. This edge is available in 2cm, 3cm, 4cm, and 6cm thickness.
Edges with ornate or cascading movement offer a sophisticated look for traditional spaces.
The Bryn edge profile is a traditional design with a twist. Often called a reverse waterfall, this edge is available in 4cm thickness.
A mitered edge gives the appearance of a thicker countertop for a crisp, clean edge. This is a stunning option to showcase the bold veining of designs like Brittanicca.
The Rimrock edge profile, also known as a mitered edge, is assembled from two pieces. This adds a weighty appearance to the design without requiring a heavier or thicker countertop. Cambria’s proprietary techniques combine the two pieces for a cohesive look. This edge is made from either 2cm or 3cm stone that is mitered to the desired height for the thicker edge aesthetic.
This Brittanicca bar at Brick x Mortar features a Rimrock edge.
Add depth and dimension to your countertop with angled or beveled edges.
The Ledge edge profile fades back at the bottom edge for a versatile look with subtle yet captivating dimension. Sometimes called a reverse bevel or plater, this edge is available in 3cm thickness.
A crisp, square-cut edge is straightforward, versatile, and modern—ideal for contemporary and transitional kitchens.
The Ridgeline edge profile is simple and bold. Ridgeline is available in 2cm, 3cm, 4cm and 6cm thickness.
Custom countertop edge profiles
Not finding the exact look you want from these selections or the other standard Cambria edge profile options? Custom countertop edges for commercial and residential applications are possible – speak to your dealer or fabricator about the possibilities.
Please note that some edge profiles may not be offered in all markets. Check with your local retailer or fabricator for available options.
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