Slide in Range Dilemma with Countertop - Please Advise
Today I chose and paid for my countertop so they can begin cutting and I'm having the Ogee Edge.
I was about to purchase the GE slide in range when something just dawned on me. When the range slides in the sides of the range will overlap the countertops on the side, and the front of the stove will "hook" onto the front of the countertop. The front of the range goes over the front edge of countertop. However, this may look appropriate with a flat edged countertop only because I can't imagine this looking appropriate with an ogee edge or any molded edge for that matter.
In this picture you can see where the front corner of one side of the range goes over the front countertop edge. Can anyone here confirm this will be perfectly OKAY with an Ogee Edge? Wouldn't there be "gaps" between the range and the countertop edge if it were an Ogee Edge?