Ideas for Incorporating Solid Surfaces in Your Bathroom

Upgrading your bathroom counters is one of the best investments you can make. Not only do new counters improve your home’s appearance and resale value, they also make your morning routine easier.

That said, bathroom countertop installation can be a little daunting. Don’t worry—our team is here to help. Keep reading to get a little inspiration for updating your bathroom counters:

  • Square shapes: Rounded sinks are going out of style these days. Instead, more homeowners are incorporating square-shaped sinks and fixtures throughout the bathroom. Squares and rectangles provide a clean and modern look that goes well in many homes. Talk to your countertop professional to see if a square sink could work for you.
  • Beauty station: Putting makeup on is hard enough on its own. The only way to make it more difficult is trying to fight for counter space in the bathroom! Be sure to think about your makeup situation before bathroom countertop installation. We recommend adding a beauty station to avoid fighting over space at the vanity.
  • Relaxing gradients: We believe your bathroom should be a haven. One easy way to accomplish that is by incorporating relaxing gradients throughout your bathroom countertops. Look for natural stone with gray tones to set your mind at ease after a stressful day.
  • Add stone everywhere: Don’t stop with your countertops when you’re remodeling your bathroom. At Superior Surface, we also specialize in backsplashes and tub surrounds. Installing natural stone throughout your bathroom gives your home a spa-like feeling while enhancing your home’s value.
  • Floating fixtures: It’s always a great idea to add a beautiful stone counter in your bathroom—and the fastest way to ruin that look is with bulky sink fixtures. We recommend installing fixtures in the wall above your new counter. This provides an upscale and unique look that’s sure to turn heads.
  • Contrast colors: Too many homeowners focus on making everything in their bathroom a single color (or close to a singular color). But before you choose a single stone to use in your bathroom, try incorporating two different stones to create a sleek look. For example, choose a light-colored stone for your counters and a darker stone for the backsplash. With the right type of stone, this look will be tough to top.
  • Make a small space look larger: Does your bathroom feel cramped and uncomfortable? Instead of expanding by knocking down walls, consider upgrading your solid surfaces. Incorporating light colors and mounting your sink and counter on the wall can free up space and make your bathroom feel larger without breaking the bank on a full remodel.

Let us tackle your countertops

Unlike some other renovation projects, bathroom countertop installation isn’t really a DIY job. Trying to do it on your own can lead to unsatisfactory results. Plus, you need an expert eye to help you pick the perfect stone.

That’s where our team can help! Superior Surface is the go-to team for bathroom countertop installation, kitchen remodeling and more. Contact us today to get a quote for your next renovation project.