The Standard Roman Ogee is one of our most popular edge profiles. The elegant curves add charming detail. This classic edge compliments paneled cabinetry, which is commonly used in today’s kitchens.
Designing a Wood Countertop with a Standard Roman Ogee Edge
This edge requires a minimum countertop thickness of 1-1/2″. The depth is 1″. It can only be placed on the top of the countertop edge. Typically the bottom edges and vertical corners have a 1/8 inch Roundover edge. The price level for this edge profile is Moderate. Any Construction Style can include the edge.
Wood Countertops with the Standard Roman Ogee Edge are popular for Traditional and Transitional style kitchens and baths.
This American Black Walnut Butcher Block Countertop features the Roman Ogee Edge. The Butcher Block carries out the traditional style in the kitchen from the countertop to the kitchen island columns.
The above Sapele Mahogany Flat Grain Wood Counter has the Roman Ogee Edge. It creates a timeless, traditional appearance for this kitchen island end.
Wood-Mode designed this traditional Saxon Wood™ Flat Grain Counter to include the Roman Ogee Edge. Saxon Wood™ is the first of a series of specially curated woods, hand selected and sourced by Paul Grothouse. The edge connects the wood counter with the traditional style of the rest of the space.
This Flat Grain Brazilian Cherry Wood Counter the edge. The first place you look when viewing this image is the kitchen island. The beautiful color of the Brazilian Cherry and the decorative edge pull the kitchen together to meet in the middle.
The Cabinetry Kitchen & Bath Design Studio wrote a blog about a Grothouse Peruvian Walnut Wood Countertop. The Wood Countertop is pictured above, showing off the edge. Click here to read the blog.
More Wood Countertop Edge Profiles can be found in the Countertop Design Guide. To view more Wood Countertops with Standard Roman Ogee Edges, visit the Countertop Image Library.