When it comes to bathroom countertop design ideas, it’s time to mix it up. Trending for 2020 is adding warmth to a bathroom, which means doing away with the old Formica or even granite that’s been a staple for decades now.
Continue reading to learn some fresh ideas for 2020 that makes a statement.
Bathroom Countertop Design Ideas
Whether it be wood, concrete, marble, or limestone, choose countertops that suit not just your needs but adds warmth to an otherwise cold space. Here are 9 ideas to get you started from Better Homes and Gardens.
1. Glossy Wood Countertops
Using this type of material puts the focus right where you want it — the vanity. The medium-tone stain and several coats of high-gloss polyurethane make your countertop shine with just the right wood. Pair it with antique cabinetry and start the day off right.
2. Concrete Countertops
Did you ever think concrete would be a popular option for bathroom countertops? Yet this imperfect, flawed choice is trending more than ever before. Natural concrete that is flush with the sink, with a half or ceiling backsplash is a simple, yet robust design idea taking bathrooms by storm. Some bold decor contrasts beautifully with this design.
3. Marble Countertops
Marble adds a classic, yet elegant look to anyone’s bathroom. Light rich or dark cabinets with a shade lighter marble give this design a fluid look. The extra-thick edge enables it to distinctly stand out to create a peaceful scene.
4. Brown Granite Countertops
If you’re used to seeing white or black granite, consider using brown instead. Coffee-hued specks, coupled with beautiful, creamy beiges, soften the look. Dark green plants in a glass container add to the beauty without creating more busyness with the granite.
5. Limestone Countertops
If you’ve been in posh hotel bathrooms where limestone coasts the counters with white cabinetry, you might have been in awe. You can now get that same look for your bathroom, which creates a luxurious style for complimentary nickel and chrome fixtures.
6. Glass Bathroom Countertops
Glass countertops are great options for a small bathroom when paired with a see-through vanity and translucent vessel sink. A black framed window matches perfectly with the same styled cabinetry, and warm colors accentuate the look.
7. Corian Countertops
This solid surface material is nonporous, stain-resistant, and quite durable. It also incorporates your choice of color throughout the material, so you can match the decor to fit your style. This versatile material gives you a plethora of options in which to choose.
8. Terrazzo Countertops
This trendy, modern design transforms your bathroom into a rich, yet simple look with terrazzo countertops. With black flecks in the design, it pairs nicely with cabinetry both under and on top. The white matches with white walls and a silver faucet complete the contrast.
9. Tile Bathroom Countertops
Think Tuscan, Spanish, and Mediterranean styles of handmade tiles that enhance your bathroom and make a statement. With thick grout lines that are sealed to protect against moisture and mildew, tile counters create a stylistic look that’s truly unique. Some deep purples, reds, or woodsy textures make this design pop.
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