6 Kitchens That Will Persuade You to Pick Waterfall Edge

6 Kitchens That Will Persuade You to Pick Waterfall Edge

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Adrienne Breaux
Jun 8, 2016
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Once considered an ultra-modern decor choice, waterfall counters are popping up in a variety of kitchen styles these days. They add a sleek, minimal look to any kitchen design while helping to hide appliances and protect wood cabinets. They're often easier to clean. And' if you really love your counter material, you can you can show it off more of it when you pick waterfall style.

Shown above: Marble is an elegant waterfall counter choice in Kelly's Adorable New Orleans Cottage.

(Image credit: Marie-Lyne Quirion)
(Image credit: Marie-Lyne Quirion)

An all-white countertop material installed waterfall style looks minimal and sleek in the kitchen of Nick & Julia's Modern Family Home.

(Image credit: Emily Billings)
(Image credit: Emily Billings)

An elegant marble waterfall counter creates a showpiece in Ulises & Melissa’s Modern Boston Carriage House (& Dreamy Sunroom!).

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A marble waterfall counter adds visual interest to this small, all-white kitchen in Ben and Elise's Vintage Wonderland in Mount Washington.

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A marble waterfall counter infuses sophistication into the charming, mid-century modern decor of Erin & Danny's Serene California Home.

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Warm wood looks great when used with a waterfall counter edge, too, as seen in Jess & Evan's Playful, Sophisticated Portland Home.

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