Carrara white basket weave mosaic 1x2 Polished
Glass Mosaic Tile Silver Lining
Sandy Beige herringbone mosaic tumbled
Arizona Tile 1 by 1-Inch Skylights Glossy/Matte Blend Glass Tile on a 12 by 12-Inch Mosaic Mesh, Blue
Green Onyx Polished DIAMOND Mosaic Tiles Meshed on 12 X 12 Tiles for Kitchen and Bathroom Backsplash, Shower
1x2 BRICK TEAKWOOD MARBLE Polished Mosaic Tile Meshed on 12x12 sheets
Silverado Gray 5/8 X 5/8 Marble Tumbled Mosaic Tile
Calacata small brick mosaic honed 3/4 x 2
Mosaicmaxusa - Pebble Mosaic Tile, Ivory Cobble (5 Sheets)
2x4 Crema Marfil Polished Stone Mosaic Backsplash Marble Tile
Crema Marfil tumbled mosaic 2x2
Green Onyx split face mosaic 1x2
Mixed (nova blue, nova gold) diamond mosaic polished
Bottocino mosaic tumbled 1 1/8 x 1 1/8
Crema Marfil mosaic polished 1x2
Carrara White mosaic tumbled 5/8x5/8
Beige marble Split Face mosaic 1x2
Sandy Beige marble mosaic tumbled 3/8x3/8
Sandy Beige subway mosaic tumbled 2x4
Lagos Azul mosaic tumbled 2x2
American Standard 0475.047.020 Aqualyn Self Rimming Countertop Sink with Center Hole Only and Tapered Edges,
American Standard 0427.444.178 Cadet Round Countertop Sink with 4-Inch Faucet Holes, Black
American Standard 0427.444.222 Cadet Round Countertop Sink with 4-Inch Faucet Holes, Linen
American Standard 0427.444.210 Cadet Round Countertop Sink with 4-Inch Faucet Holes, Loganberry
American Standard 0427.444.020 Cadet Round Countertop Sink with 4-Inch Faucet Holes, White
How to Select a Bathroom Countertop
Choosing a Countertop for your bathroom
involves evaluating different parameters compared with a kitchen countertop. In
fact, there is no doubt that functionality have to be your main one factor in
choosing a kitchen countertop but, when it comes to choosing a countertop for
your bathroom, there are different factors to consider.
Of course functionality still remain an important factor, but bathroom countertops and other surfaces usually don't take the same rough treatment that kitchen countertops do.
This is a big advantage because makes you free to consider the look and appearance of your countertop above all else, and it is great since countertops for the bathrooms are generally custom-made, and this leave the style and design options wide open to personal taste.
According to Myron Ferguson, author of Better Houses, Better Living , while "Kitchen countertops have to be a whole lot more functional.", you can have "a different attitude in the bathroom". "Cultured marble", Ferguson says, " is lovely in the bathroom, but it wouldn't be durable enough for a kitchen".
This cannot mean that Bathroom countertops shouldn't be practical, providing additional workspace. Choosing a particular material for the Bathroom Countertop can set the tone of the room. Stainless-steel Countertops are low maintenance and look fabulous in a contemporary bath, getting even more beautiful with time.
Also Glass Countertops can be striking and modern, but it's not an easy task to keep it free of fingerprints, while solid slabs can be pricey; an alternative can be to use glass tiles.
When investing in a bathroom countertop you should consider not only the look, but also the price, maintenance and compatibility
These are the most popular surfaces you should consider when deciding for the right bathroom countertop:
Granite can be considered without doubt the Rolls-Royce of countertops; long lasting, stain-resistant and beautiful,. Once the surface of choice for high-end bathrooms, granite is gaining in popularity for a broad spectrum of home styles. It is the most durable and easiest to care for of any of the natural stone materials. While relatively expensive, it provides an elegant look that is incomparable.
Granite tiles are also more affordable than slabs, and you can save even more if you can use leftovers from another homeowner's project.
As for the maintenance, Granite countertops need to be sealed every six months to a year. Clean countertops with warm water and a liquid detergent. Avoid abrasive cleaners; they'll scratch and dull the finish. Small chips and scratches can be polished down.
The engineered quartz is a synthetic composite made up of 90 % quartz particles and fabricated to look like granite, even though it can be made to resemble other natural stones such as marble and limestone.
The advantage of the manufactured quartz is that not only it imitates the look of granite, limestone and marble, but is even more resistant to scratches and stains.
Quartz is durable, easy to clean and doesn't require sealing, and this made quartz a practical solution for the bathroom.
The manufactured quartz comes in a wide variety of colors and thicknesses.
If you're looking for a Bathroom Countertop with a specialized edging, the quartz is the right material to use.
A very popular material for bathroom countertops, Tile has always had a drawback; clean the grout is difficult and time-consuming, and grout lines need regular maintenance and cleaning.
The tiles can be easily cleaned with any household detergent.
Nowadays, however, tiles are coming out in much larger sizes, and this reduce the need for numerous grout lines.
Through-body (unglazed) porcelain tiles are stronger than granite and about a third of the price. Plus, the myriad types of ceramic and porcelain tiles, including ones that have a metallic look, allow for fabulous designs. Tiles also work well with other materials such as glass or concrete. It'advisable to use a coloured grout that doesn't show dirt as easily and which plays off the color of the tile. For a striking contrast, try a terra-cotta tile with a dark grey grout.
Solid surface is one of the most popular countertop options available, Designed to look like natural stone.
This easy-to-maintain synthetic product can be molded to fit any design specification and , it's easy to clean being nonporous.
If you're concerned about mold
or mildew you should use a solid-surface material; in fact the nonporous,
hypoallergenic surface discourages the growth of these