Beveled Edge Laminate Flooring

Edge style is a term that describes the way the flooring’s sides and ends are cut on each plank, and the appearance that is achieved once the panels are engaged together. The edge style accentuates the floor’s design intention and decor. The majority of laminate, hardwood and vinyl plank floors have some sort of beveled edge.

Edges and ends are usually referred to as one of these three types: square, micro-beveled and beveled. The terminology varies from brand to brand and can be confusing with additional descriptions like eased (micro bevel), kissed (micro-bevel) pillow beveled (beveled soft edges), scraped bevel (full bevel with scrape marks) and more!

Bevel Edge floors feature a larger, more pronounced edge detail, with the individual flooring panels clearly delineated. A full bevel edge is often combined with a sculpted or hand scraped effect. This combination results in a stunning, time-worn and authentic appearance.