We offer both solid tops up to 3″ thick and built up tops that give the appearance of thicker tops but at a much-reduced price point. The bottoms can be filled in and flushed out to create a solid bottom or left as is and the cabinets can be made to accommodate the dropped edge.

So how thick to you want your top to appear?

The 45 Degree Mitered Drop Edge

Dropped mitered edges are edge profiles that use a 45″ miter joint. Great for tabletops as well. 

Example: Use a 3cm wood slab to conserve on material costs but drop the edge to look 2.25″.

  • Available on any strait edge, no curved edges.
  • Can drop as much as 12-1/2″.
  • With an eased edge the joint is virtually invisible. The joint may be a little more noticeable when using decorative edge profiles. 
  • A great way to save money. 

The Stacked Edge

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.