Common Layouts

Straight Countertops / Island

Straight countertop

90° Corner Countertop to Countertop

90° Corner Countertop to Countertop
  • Whenever 2 pieces of a countertop join together, a miter or seam will be necessary.
  • If you are making dimension changes from existing countertops to new countertops, be sure to consider space needed to accommodate any extra length or width added.

Traditional 45° Corner Countertop to Countertop With Shelf

Traditional 45° Corner Countertop to Countertop With Shelf
  • Angled corner cabinet layouts require the cabinet face frame measurement along with your overall countertop dimensions.
  • With a standard front overhang of 1-5/16" the corner measurement is 7/8" less than the face frame of the cabinet.
  • This particular style corner is a traditional corner.

Double Angled Corners Countertop to Countertop

Double Angled Corners Countertop to Countertop
  • A Traditional Corner and CTI Corner can be built into same countertop as pictured on diagram.
  • The CTI Corner will have backsplash that will extend to the corner instead of becoming a raised corner shelf like the Traditional Corner.
  • The same measurements will still have to be provided.

Double 90° Corner Countertop to Countertop & Sink Cut-Out

Double 90° Corner Countertop to Countertop & Sink Cut-Out
  • Sink cut-outs require the measurement from the right-most end of the countertop piece containing the sink hole to the center of the plumbing or sink base.
  • Sink cut-out sku or template needed.

90° Corner Countertop to Peninsula

90° Corner Countertop to Peninsula
  • Be precise and check your measurements twice when measuring this portion of the layout.
  • Be sure to provide us with the dimensions of your cabinets in all instances. This will help ensure that the countertop joining the peninsula will be cut to the proper length.
  • Backsplash will end where the back corner of your cabinet ends.

Double 90° Corner Countertop to Countertop and Peninsula

Double 90° Corner Countertop to Countertop and Peninsula
  • Be precise and check your measurements twice when measuring this portion of the layout.
  • Be sure to provide us with the dimensions of your cabinets in all instances. This will help ensure that the countertop joining the peninsula will be cut to the proper length.

Traditional 45° Corner Countertop to Countertop & 45° Corner Countertop to Peninsula

Traditional 45° Corner Countertop to Countertop & 45° Corner Countertop to Peninsula
  • Be precise and check your measurements twice when measuring this portion of the layout.
  • Be sure to provide us with the dimensions of your cabinets in all instances. This will help ensure that the countertop joining the peninsula will be cut to the proper length.
  • Backsplash will end where the back corner of this diagonal piece ends.

Seamless corners only available in Self, Wood and Beveled edges.