A ¼ bevel edge on a counter has an edge that is cut at an angle ¼ of the way down the edge. ¼ Bevel Edge is similar to the ¼ round edge in that the alteration to the edge ends one-quarter of the way down the side edge. The difference is that a ¼ bevel edge has a 45-degree angle cut into the edge of the countertop instead of a convex arch. ¼ bevel edge countertops can also have a variation where both the top is angled and the bottom is angled. This variation is called a ¼ bevel top and bottom edge
¼ bevel edges are not difficult to accomplish, however, they are not as commonly used as bullnose or straight edge. Due to the straight, clean angle, ¼ bevel edges often work well in modern designs which can sometimes be described as almost sterile in appearance. The drawback of a bevel edge is the sharp edges that can be a safety issue for younger children, though they are still not as much of a hazard as a straight edge. The ¼ bevel can also be easily incorporated into woodwork, moldings, and furniture in order to create a cohesive design in a space.
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