EASED EDGE - STRAIGHT BUT SAFE!
What is Eased Edge?
Eased edge offers a straight edge side with the edges eased at the corner to make it safe. The edges of this natural stone are neither too sharp, nor too rounded.
WHY CHOOSE AN EASED EDGE COUNTERTOP?
Simply, it is the best alternative to the hard and sharp edges that typically seen on the manufactured countertops.
Popular with the name flat edge. Created with the soften edges to serve the dual purpose, to provide the look of a saw cut finish while incorporating the advantages of a bullnose finish.
The simple and clean-lined formation of a 90-degree square edge provides a graceful look wherever it applies. The squared edge with eased corners is a wise choice for designing different sections of the construction project.
AREAS OF APPLICATIONS
Talking about the application, the eased edge covers various sections of the construction project. It helps in providing detailing and fine lining to even small kitchen countertops as well.
Let’s discuss its functionality in detail:
- Kitchen Countertop: The countertop is one of the most used products in the kitchen. Choosing eased edge countertop covering proves beneficial in the terms of cleaning and visual appeal.
- Pool Construction: Eased edge pool coping around the in-ground swimming pool offers a safe environment for the public. Besides, it provides a decorative accent by enhancing the overall look of the surroundings.
- Fountains: Fountains or any other water feature beautifies the entire outdoor oasis. Stone Universe offers a coping collection to beautify the water feature. A durable coping stone makes it look attractive for the years to come.
- Retaining Walls:Concrete walls do not provide the finished look which a coping material can do. Eased edge coping on the top of the retaining wall gives a finite visual appearance to the cladding.
BULLNOSE V/S EASED EDGE
Our coping material comes in a bullnose edge and eased edge. Both the products of natural stone are perfect for developing contemporary design schemes. One needs to understand the basic difference in both the natural coping products.
The bullnose is a smooth, rounded edge natural stone. Curved edges add a touch of grace when combined with the beautiful color variations. For those seeking sleek and contemporary look, bullnose coping is a great option.
On the other hand, an eased edge comes with a flat, square face whose edges are slightly rounded. Ideal for applications where people demand thick and broad visual appeal. Eased edge provides a modern look and finishes over the traditional bullnose edge.