Bathroom Countertop Options

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When it comes to remodeling, many people are focused on the kitchen and the kitchen alone. But at WallStone Stone Countertops, we understand that there are other rooms in your home that are equally as important. For example, having a quality countertop in the bathroom is just as beneficial as having one in the kitchen.

When it comes to remodeling your bathroom, we recommend that you start with the countertop and go from there. It can be daunting to make your first decision for a remodel—especially when it’s as important as the countertop. But we can assure you that it’s not as intimidating as you may think.

There are certain factors that you should keep in mind when picking out your countertop. Think of things like your budget, the durability of the countertop, the aesthetics of the bathroom, your desired level of maintenance, and how the material will affect your home’s resale value.

It’s a lot to think about, so we understand feeling overwhelmed. But that’s why our team is here to offer our expertise and knowledge to help you through this process. We put together this list of countertop materials that are great for bathroom countertop replacements, and we also included all the information you need to make a decision.


Granite is the top choice for both kitchen and bathroom countertops, and there are plenty of reasons why people love it so much. This countertop material automatically increases the resale value of your home, and it’s extremely durable and beautiful to boot. It never goes out of style, and it’s incredibly versatile as well—it can blend in beautifully with any style of bathroom that calls to you.

Bathrooms are places of high activity. If you have a large family, there’s always something going on in the bathroom—especially in the mornings. Bathrooms are places for water and heating tools, and for more sensitive countertop materials, those things can be a recipe for disaster. But not for granite.

Granite is resistant to both heat and liquid damage. As long as it’s sealed correctly (and resealed periodically), it will remain resistant to heat, liquid, and stains. Because of this resistance, it’s not germ or bacteria-friendly either. Your bathroom will stay squeaky clean, and your family won’t have to worry about handling the countertop with kid gloves while everyone is trying to get ready at once.


Marble is the other natural stone countertop that we offer at WallStone Stone Countertops. Many people know marble is the most sophisticated stone, but they think that the downfall of marble is that it’s a delicate and sensitive material. While it’s true that it’s a softer stone than granite, that doesn’t mean that it’s easily breakable. To keep it looking as good as the day it was installed, we recommend resealing it periodically and cleaning up spills as soon as they occur.

Marble is a luxury stone that can brighten any room. So if your bathroom is small and in need of some illumination, marble might just be your best bet.

While marble can be expensive, the cost is worth it—it’s an investment that will pay for itself by increasing the resale value of your home. Buyers want natural stone countertops, and as a seller this is something you can take advantage of. There are not many people who wouldn’t love a marble countertop in their bathroom to amp up the sophistication factor.

Each slab of marble has its own one-of-a-kind look and unique way of aging naturally. The veining stands out and creates unique patterns that will surely catch your eye.


Quartz is a man-made material, technically not a natural stone. It qualifies as an engineered stone because while it’s made up of 93–95 percent natural quartz, there are also 5–7 percent polymers and resins added that seal up the pores that a natural stone would have. Because these additives create a nonporous material, quartz countertops do not need to be resealed in the same way that natural stone countertops do, and they are known for their resistance to liquid, stains, heat, and bacteria.

Quartz will also raise the resale value of your home, much in the way that natural stones do. But unlike natural stone, it’s known for its predictability related to its patterns and colors. While natural stone’s variations can’t be controlled and each slab is unique, quartz countertops are for people who tend to enjoy a more uniform look.

Your Bathroom Countertop

At WallStone Stone Countertops, we have nothing but quality options for bathroom countertops. We want you to feel confident in the decision that you’re making, so if you have any questions about bathroom countertop replacements or remodeling in general, contact us to find out more.

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