Are you thinking about remodeling your bathroom? Here are a few things to think about as you start choosing your new bathroom countertops.
How Often Is the Bathroom Used?
Is this a master bath you use every day or a powder room that’s visited occasionally? Do you need countertops where you can set down your curling iron? Is it a kids’ bathroom with lots of toothpaste spills? Materials such as quartzite are durable and can handle high heat while granite is good at repelling stains.
What Is the Bathroom’s Style?
Is your bathroom sleek and modern or elegant and traditional? Perhaps you want to transform your master bath into a serene, natural oasis. Laminate is economical and comes in a wide range of patterns and colors to match many styles. If you want to experiment with something bold, mix and match tile shapes and colors to create something unique yet affordable.
Who Is the Bathroom For?
Are you remodeling for you or a potential buyer? If the upgrade is for you, indulge on extras and go for the style you want. If you’re going to sell, think about what choices will be most attractive to potential buyers. Natural stone is long lasting and easy to maintain. Unique choices like concrete and glass are stylish and can be customized for any bathroom.
If you’re thinking about remodeling, contact Counter Fitters, LLC to get in touch with a professional who may help you pick the right bathroom countertops for your home.