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Caesarstone countertop owners of modern kitchens - edge?

Posted by thedork (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 22, 13 at 19:45

Please share what edge you picked for fabrication of the quartz - 1 1/2" Square eased or 1 1/2'' top 3/16'' or 1/14" Radius? Thank you!


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RE: Caesarstone countertop owners of modern kitchens - edge?

My countertops are being fabricated now. I am doing the 1- 1/2" eased edge. I really like the clean look of the eased edge. Just hope I don't run into the island corners too much!


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RE: Caesarstone countertop owners of modern kitchens - edge?

Same.

In fact, the edges were almost sharp when they brought the counter. I had them 'ease' the edges some more after the installation.

ETA: Sorry, I misread the title. My countertop is soapstone, not quartz.

This post was edited by eleena on Mon, Apr 22, 13 at 20:12


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RE: Caesarstone countertop owners of modern kitchens - edge?

My kitchen wasn't supposed to be that modern (long story) but here's my eased edge -- it is 2 cm material with a miter. Seems are invisible. The projection is about 1" from the edge of the counter and the total height is 1 1/2".


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RE: Caesarstone countertop owners of modern kitchens - edge?

Thank you all! My kitchen is small U shape with a small island + a toddler in the house so I was just wondering which one to pick.
I like the clean line of the square but the fabricator said we can do the radius also.


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