Choose the Right Bathroom Countertop For Your Home

by Alvin Williams Marketing Manager at Aphrodite Marble & Granite Co

Looking for right bathroom countertops in Long Beach Township is no less difficult than looking for a suitable one for your kitchen. 

Sure you want a countertop that looks good as well as serves you bathroom needs well. 

If you’re wondering to get a countertop for your bathroom that serves to all your needs, then here's the good news — it is! 

Bathroom countertops can make a style statement and still be practical, providing additional workspace. 

You probably already know that the material you choose for your bathroom countertop will determine the lifespan of your countertop. 

We can thus help you make the important decision of choosing the right countertop for you. 

3 Bathroom Countertop Materials To Choose From

1. Granite

Granite is the most commonly used material for kitchen countertops and it is no surprise that it’s also widely used for making bathroom countertops. 

This is an extremely long-lasting, stain-resistant, and exquisite-looking material. It is the most preferred surface for high-end bathrooms. 

Needless to say, it is also the most durable and easiest to maintain natural stone. 

Considering the advantages of this material, it is relatively expensive. 

2. Ceramic/ Porcelain

Traditionally, bathroom countertops were made from ceramic, porcelain or glass tiles. 

However, over the years, these materials have established a place in the trendy and modern styles of home decor.

Traditional ceramic tiles are made from clay with a surface glaze; they are heated by fire to harden them. 

While porcelain is a type of ceramic made from finer clays fired under higher temperatures. Porcelain, being harder and denser than ceramic, is more commonly used for floors and countertops.

The best aspect about porcelain is that it can be used to mimic other materials such as wood, leather.

3. Quartz

Quartz countertops are an engineered stone product made from 90 percent ground-up quartz and other stone minerals, which are blended with resin and pigments, and shaped into countertop slabs. 

Quartz can be styled in a variety of ways and they can also be designed in a way that makes them look more like authentic natural stone slabs. 

If you’re buying a quartz slab as a countertop for your bathroom, then you should know that it comes along with an integrated sink basin.

The colors and styles of quartz countertops available on the market are innumerable. And, although it can be given a natural finish, its color turns out to be more uniform than any natural stone. 

Furthermore, quartz countertops are stronger and less brittle than natural stone slab countertops.

That’s not all, quartz, as a material is less porous in nature than natural stones. Thus, this material makes for a stain-resistant and sustainable countertop for any bathroom. 

Looking for Stunning Countertops For Your Bathroom?

If you’ve made your decision on the perfect countertop for your bathroom, then Aphrodite Marble and Granite is your go-to for the countertop of your dreams.


They provide a range of Stunning Bathroom Countertops in Long Beach Township all at affordable prices. Do get in touch with them if a practical yet classy bathroom is what you need.

About Alvin Williams Junior   Marketing Manager at Aphrodite Marble & Granite Co

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