Bathroom Countertops

Even more than kitchen countertops, bathroom countertops can focus on design and styling because they have less functional demands for daily use. With showrooms in Columbia, Bel Air, Lutherville, and Annapolis, Kenwood Kitchens has a wide array of beautiful bathroom countertops available and on display for Maryland homeowners.

Bathroom Countertop Materials

Marble – Marble countertops may be the most popular and elegant material on the market. Give your bathroom a touch of Roman culture by installing solid marble. If you are looking for a cost efficient marble material, Cultured Marble can be used to cut costs as well. Our designers can even suggest marble countertop alternatives to fit your budget.

Corian® – For an easy to clean, low maintenance surface that can be customized a variety of ways, choose Corian. Corian countertops are easily repaired if damaged, and come in many different patterns and colors.

Granite – Granite countertops are sturdy and reliable. Because they are stain resistant, they can actually last the life of your home. You will need to reseal a granite countertop semiannually, however, in order to keep their elegant looks.

Concrete – Cost efficient and easily customizable, solid surface concrete countertops are a reliable choice for any remodeling project. Concrete can be formed into any desired shape for your countertop meaning you have almost endless choices for vanity/sink combinations. It is also scratch resistant so you can count on its durability as well.

Laminate – For the most popular cost effective option, laminate countertops are the way to go. Laminate will last longer in the bathroom than the kitchen because there is less of a chance that it will be damaged from knives. As a bonus, laminate countertops can be designed to replicate natural stone and other surfaces at a fraction of the price.

Differences between Bathroom and Kitchen Countertops

Quality kitchen countertops need to remain durable through heavy use. Your counter will act as your cooking prep station, as well as a surface to store frequently used items in your kitchen. Kitchen countertops typically require these features:

  • Scratch Resistance
  • Stain Resistance
  • Heat Resistance
  • Low Maintenance
  • Ease of Repair
  • Hypoallergenic

Your bathroom countertop, on the other hand, doesn’t usually go through as much use and abuse as your kitchen countertop. Still, different bathroom countertops should have certain features that can make your life easier:

  • Low Maintenance
  • Ease of Repair
  • Water Resistance
  • Stain Resistance

For more information about bathroom countertop options, call (800) 211-8394 or contact us to speak with a representative.

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