Caesarstone edge to avoid chipping
We are going with caesarstone as our countertop and initially I was set on the eased edge. I wanted something simple as I wanted the cabinets to stand out. While I was looking on this site, there were some that mentioned that their caesarstone had chipped near the sink and some attributed it to the eased edge.
I was just wondering for those with caesarstone countertops what kind of edge did you get and how has it held up? So many choices and decisions to make, it is so overwhelming. Also, I have small children, are the eased edges sharp? Sorry, I just am not too knowledgeable on this stuff, I am learning as I go, but I appreciate everyone's input.