0Re-design 11 years ago That's going to be a tough project. One that even Norm would be hard pressed to do well. You have to cut, trim and bend the wood to fit the curve and at the same time to make the wood match exactly the granite edge. Any gaps will look bad. THen you have to glue (epoxy) it and clamp it until the glue cures. I've seen wood edges on granite but only when applied by the granite top maker and only on straight sections. But the biggest problem that I've not mentioned is that wood moves. In dry weather it will shrink and in wet weather it will expand. What this means is that once glued to the immoveable granite the wood will most of the time be trying to break the bond with the glue. It may (probably will) even end up splitting the wood over time. Most wood furniture has unglued parts where possible so that the wood won't split or break apart.