Every part of your bathroom design works together to create your desired look and atmosphere. When choosing your bathroom elements, it’s important to consider both style and function. When selecting your bathroom countertop material, function and durability are crucial factors to consider as you make your choice. There are numerous excellent countertop material options you can explore today. As you remodel your bathroom with T&G Builders, think about which of the following materials may be best for your new design.
Granite Bathroom Countertops
The natural stone bathroom countertop material is very popular and can provide appealing luxury. Granite countertops are frequently made from thick, solid slabs with openings cut for the sinks. Due to its durability and unique look, granite is one of the most popular natural stone countertops. No two slabs are identical because of the naturally occurring flecks of colors spread throughout the stone.
Once your stone is cleaned thoroughly, you can apply a sealer with a soft cloth. This can help you prevent water damage and extend the lifespan of your countertop material. You can explore plenty of granite designs and patterns with your bathroom designer.
Solid Surface Corian Bathroom Countertops
Corian bathroom countertops mimic the look of natural stone but are a solid surface. You can find these countertops in various styles, patterns, and colors, and they can come in a stylish matte finish. They are easy to clean and non-porous. You can trust that your solid surface countertops will not fade or change color due to heavy use over time.
Marble Bathroom Countertops
Marble is perhaps the most luxurious selection for your bathroom countertops. Why? Marble offers unique elegance that elevates your bathroom style and can serve as a statement piece, especially when you explore the many colors and patterns available. The natural stone has heavy gains throughout, unique to each slab, which makes each piece one-of-a-kind.
However, marble requires careful maintenance as it is a soft, porous stone. Similar to granite, marble requires a sealant to extend its lifespan and prevent water damage.
Quartz Bathroom Countertops
The bathroom countertop material named quartz is often not solid quartz stone but engineered stone. Like your natural stone options, a quartz countertop can complement your overall design or serve as a statement piece. Numerous colors and styles are available for these countertops, and engineered quartz countertops are less porous than natural stone. When using this material, your counters are at less risk of water damage or water stains.
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