Bathroom countertops have a large range of choices so you will find one you are drawn to. When choosing a countertop we have to first consider the price range and then we can go forth with the selection of material used. We can either go with a wooden top, granite top, stone top, or concrete top. If you spend a lot of time in your bathroom then you need to give the countertops and all the other parts of the bathroom some thought before going ahead with it. You could bring in some pieces of materials to see which one looks better once it’s actually in the room.
You can have your countertops placed on top of a vanity for a more built-in look. Some clients prefer this for many different reasons. There is the modern vanity countertop choices, the white countertop, the grey, the wooden, the laminate style, dark countertops, marble, unique quartz, soapstone, cultured marble, glass, tile, concrete, rustic and the list goes on for choices. Our contractors can help you with choosing if you are needing some advice.
This is a unique choice which we love the outcome of every single time we use it. A quartz bathroom countertop doesn't stain which makes it a good fit for a bathroom countertop. Other countertops such as granite, marble, and concrete can stain. So you could say that they don’t have as many weaknesses as some of the natural stone options. This is a pricier option and we just wanted to explain it a little more for people that aren’t too sure what quartz is. Some of the other materials such as granite and marble will have a more natural appearance than quartz.
It’s always a great idea to add a personal touch to a bathroom whether it be an old vanity that was handed down in the family, a picture on the wall, or even the unique design of the countertops. A personal touch means you get to add a little of you into the room and not just have it the same as every other bathroom you walk into or see on the television. Your personal touch could be that you choose to tile your bathroom countertop in your favorite color or even use your dream piece of natural stone. We can help source this stone for you and all other materials for bathroom countertops.
Bathroom countertops can be fitted onto a vanity that goes down to the ground or it can be placed on a free-standing piece that sticks out from the wall. This is usually a popular choice for clients wanting to go for a modern style bathroom. A freestanding bathroom vanity allows you to have more space underneath the vanity for a dustbin or any other usage. This could also be a great option for a small guest toilet or bathroom that doesn’t have much floor space. Your countertop in a small bathroom doesn’t always have to be small, there are always ways around a problem.