Honestly I think I like my stones better, but you managed those curves quite well! The stone looks like it would be tough on the 90 degrees but looks clean! They were a pain to put out because dirt had washed down on parking lot over the yrs & had to dig out dirt to find where asphalt ended at bed area. Had to chop out some asphalt (always fun work ). The pavers are bottom of pic, They're laid on top of concrete that was already there extending into bed but it was flat and smooth & edging laid good over it. I hate using the off white pavers. I hate the color & normally recommend using the reddish/pink edging, as it retains its color longer. I went off white because the sidewalk & outer edging concrete matched similar in color & the Alabama Red Rock might of color clashed if I used the red pavers. These pavers are perfect for curved wavy bed design. They're cheap and last forever and look good. I did this at my house. Cinder block edging Got em free & planted the Purple Queen inside them which will spread and hang over the block.