Adding Natural Stone Countertops in your Bathroom

Adding Stone Countertops in Your Bathroom

One of the most luxurious looks for a bathroom is to add the timeless elegance of natural stone. If you are considering where to start with changes, consider starting with your countertops. This guide explains the benefits of including natural stone countertops as well as installation tips and tips on selecting stone type and color.

Benefits of Natural Stone Countertops in the Bathroom
Today’s materials offer a wide array of possibilities for bathroom countertops, including everything from stainless steel and concrete to glass and ceramic tile, manmade materials and natural stone. However, more than any of the other materials, natural stone’s list of advantages makes it worth the investment.

Besides the stunning appearance it provides, natural stone has so many patterns, styles, and colors that it can easily integrate with existing fixtures and cabinetry. It is also a very low-maintenance countertop material and has the durability to retain its beauty for years to come.

Many types of natural stone have also been found to add to the overall value of a home, providing a return on investment that can be enjoyed through a higher re-sale home price.

Selecting Natural Stone Type and Color for Bathroom Countertops
When it comes to selecting a bathroom countertop, appearance is key.

Creating an appearance that makes you feel as though you have stepped into an oasis is easily achieved with natural marble or granite. Natural stone helps in building a bathroom that is ideal for de-stressing and relaxing. This means selecting a stone type and color that makes you feel good which makes natural stone countertop selection a personal choice.

However, you want to make sure that the natural stone type and color you select complements the home’s architecture and other bathroom fixtures, including the shower and/or bathtub, cabinetry, flooring and color scheme.

One of the best things you can do is request a sample of the types of natural stone that appeal to you so that you can place it next to your other bathroom materials. This will provide a clearer picture of how it might all look when it is installed together. As you continue to consider what type of natural stone and color works for your bathroom countertops, use the Internet to search decorating and remodeling websites and social media sites to see different bathroom designs and find one that matches your individual and home style.

Installing Authentic Stone Countertops
You may have heard that natural stone countertops are heavy and cumbersome to work with because they are often delivered as a large slab. While this is true of some types of natural stone countertops, StonePly Residential offers a great alternative that incorporates authentic stone, such as marble or granite, in a lightweight design that is just as durable and beautiful but much easier to install. It can be cut and sized on-site plus is easier to handle, transport, and set. It can even be installed on top of your existing substrate and typically requires no new construction.

Free Estimates for Natural Stone Bathroom Countertops
To get a free estimate for your natural stone countertop and learn more about the styles and colors available, contact the StonePly Residential team at 903-259-6478 or via email at [email protected].  You can also opt to fill in our contact form:

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