Bathroom countertops, also called vanity tops serve a double purpose: they need to be attractive and durable as well. The best countertops look good and are also able to withstand staining and scratching, which also means that soft and porous materials such as untreated pine are not suitable. However, there are so many other materials that you can choose from – here are some:
- Laminate countertops – an affordable material that makes use of the best modern technologies, good quality laminate countertops are very hard to distinguish from genuine marble, granite or other type of natural stone;
- Granite – a bit more expensive than laminate, but still affordable, durable Denver granite countertops can be created using large slabs or modular elements that allow you to combine various textures and colors for an even more attractive, modern appearance;
- Treated hardwood – in its natural, untreated form, wood is a beautiful material that offers a warm feel and transforms the entire room into an inviting space, but it is very is porous and sensitive. Fortunately, with modern methods, it can be transformed into a very hard and durable material that is resistant to stains of soap, to other spills, to water damage, including rot and mildew and can be used even in moist rooms such as bathrooms.