Bathroom Countertop Ideas - L. Evans Design Group LLC

 

Bathrooms tend to be a popular space in the home. Having a well thought out design will help make the time spent more enjoyable, especially when it comes to the countertops. Bathroom countertops represent your personality and creative nature, and during a bathroom remodel, they are the perfect focal point to update.

In this post, we’ll explore 5 brilliant bathroom countertop ideas. These ideas are meant to inspire you during your remodeling decision process. Bathroom countertops are used and abused, but our ideas ensure that aesthetics are not lost while still holding on to functionality. These bathroom countertop ideas are:

  • Concrete Bathroom Countertop
  • Marble Bathroom Countertop
  • Laminate Bathroom Countertop
  • Wood Bathroom Countertop
  • Granite Bathroom Countertop
  • Quartz Bathroom Countertop

Concrete Bathroom Countertop

Concrete may be a surprising medium to use as a bathroom countertop, but rest assured, it looks fantastic! The design options are endless. You will be hard-pressed to find any other material that offers the customization that concrete does. Colors, shapes, and textures are endless; only limited by your imagination.

A concrete bathroom counter can stain easily but is also easy to clean, fairly priced, and brings industrial chic to life. Concrete will easily bring a unique aesthetic to your bathroom.

Marble Bathroom Countertop

You can’t go wrong with marble. It’s timeless and beautiful, making it a great addition to your bathroom. Each slab has its own personality, with natural veins and colors playing into its individual character.

Marble comes in many patterns and colors, providing easy integration into your current design. It can stain or scratch easily but it is naturally heatproof so you won’t have to worry about a flat iron or blow dryer burning your countertops.

Laminate Bathroom Countertop

Laminate is the most affordable option when it comes to bathroom countertops. Although laminate countertops may get a bad rap, noticeable manufacturing improvements have been made over the years, so if pricing is a huge concern this may be a more attractive option.

One of the great aspects of laminate is that it is non-porous. This means cleaning is a breeze and there is no need to maintain or seal the surface. Even though laminate is not the most glamorous choice, it is the most economical.

Wood Bathroom Countertop

If you’re wanting to add warmth and a luxurious feel to your bathroom, look no further than wood countertops. When your guests step into your newly remodeled bathroom, they’ll be sure to notice the difference! Although we don’t recommend this choice for heavily used vanities.

Installing wood bathroom countertops will provide a treat for the senses. From look to feel, wood is a great addition. This is the perfect opportunity to jump out of your comfort zone and choose a type of wood that you wouldn’t normally go for (a countertop is less commitment than a wood floor!)

Granite Bathroom Countertop

Looking for a stunning bathroom countertop? Granite is the answer! You’ll find granite countertops used in many homes and there’s a reason for this. Granite is durable, chip-resistant, and elegant.

Color options run the gamut and similar to marble, each granite slab has its own unique story and personality. Choosing granite as a bathroom countertop gives you the perfect opportunity to be bold. Just imagine your bathroom or powder room with a pop of dark green, burgundy, or even blue tones. If that seems too wild, there are endless earth tones to choose from to complement the design you have in mind!

Quartz Bathroom Countertop

This material is incredibly popular for use in bathrooms. Solid surface countertops, such as quartz, are especially durable; perfect for the high traffic bathroom in your house. Other features this material offers are a nonporous scratch-resistant surface that does not require sealing.

You don’t have to give up design when going this route. There are plenty of color options as well as sheen and thickness to choose from. Quartz can easily find its place in your current bathroom design and matches many bathroom fixtures. As a bonus, quartz is naturally anti-microbial, meaning no need to worry about mold or mildew growing on your bathroom countertops!

Feeling inspired by all of these gorgeous bathroom countertop materials? Message us today to start planning your next bathroom or whole house remodel. Also, be sure to click through our bathroom remodel portfolio for even more design inspiration.