When it comes to choosing a kitchen countertop, functionality might be the most important factor to consider for many people. Functionality for bathroom countertops is important too but bathroom surfaces normally don’t take the beating and the pounding that kitchen countertops do. You are free to welcome appearance above all-else with your bathroom unlike kitchen countertops which need to be more functional. For instance, marble surface is attractive in the bathroom, but it wouldn’t be tough enough for a kitchen.

The great thing about bathroom countertops is that they are generally custom-made so you have your own options when it comes to style and design. Bathroom countertops can be fashionable and still be practical by allocating additional workspace. Appearance is not the only thing that needs to be considered, you should be thinking of it its price and maintenance. Here are some tips and guidelines on choosing what bathroom surface you should explore.

Granite and Marble – Granite is your high-end choice for bathrooms. Stain-resistant and heavy-duty granite top has been the most durable and easiest to maintain. It will not only give the vanity top a rich and sleek look but you can be assured that its functionality is incomparable. You can find affordable granite surface that is available in the market today and you don’t have to spend a large amount for this feature. Be advised that marble stains easily than granite. If you want a surface that can handle heat and wear then go for granite.

Solid Surface – A solid surface is made of quartzite materials that are very durable and low-maintenance. This mimics the look of a granite or marble surface but the best part about it is it is even more resistant to scratches and stains. You can easily buffed out the scratches with a fine-grade sandpaper and can handle high heat. The cost of a solid surface is comparable to granite and marble.
 

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