Stacked edges are edge profiles made up of layers of wood, typically just one extra layer. They are best for tops that have radiuses.
Example: A solid 1.5″ thick wood slab is stacked using a second layer of 1.5″ material to look 3″ thick.
- It can be utilized on tops with radiuses and farmhouse sinks.
- They show a horizontal glue joint along the entire countertop edge.