Marble, concrete, Kasota stone, tile and wood are all ideas that can work to form unique and functional bathroom countertops. Marble is a solid, durable and stylish choice, though it often comes with a hefty price tag. For a similar look, concrete or cast-concrete counters are sleek and elegant, and because they are man-made, they are available in a variety of colors and styles to suit diverse bathroom designs.Continue Reading
Kasota stone is a countertop idea that pairs well with wooden cabinetry because of its muted color palette. Corian, limestone, travertine and granite are other sturdy stone countertop options that are available in both muted and bold color options.
For more color in a bathroom, consider a tile countertop in which several colors can be integrated together to form a cohesive pattern. Solid colored tiles can be accented with a tile backdrop in a contrasting or complementary color. In addition, tiles can be added to a poured concrete countertop as a design motif.
Cherry wood as well as many other hardwoods can be used as a sustainable countertop option but must be first sealed with a water-resistant finish to prevent damage. A see-through glass countertop with no cabinets underneath can make a small bathroom appear larger.Learn more about Interior Decorating