Bathroom Countertop Trends

When choosing a bathroom countertop, you have to choose one that is durable and can withstand soap, water, heat (curling and flat irons) and other common products. You may want to choose a surface that’s easy to clean and requires low maintenance. Here are some popular surfaces to consider for your bathroom remodel.


Limestone provides a more rustic look. Limestone is strong, durable, as well as moisture and stain-resistant, making it an ideal choice for bathroom countertops. Limestone has a natural dull luster that hides minor surface scratches and cleans easily. Limestone comes in a variety of colors and textures to match contemporary and modern bathrooms.


Granite countertops create a luxurious look to any bathroom. There are several affordable grades of granite on the market, so you don’t have to worry about spending a fortune. Granite resists stains and isn’t damaged by water or heat. You will have to occasionally seal granite for protection and longevity.


Soapstone is softer than many other types of stone. This material is very dense and non-porous. It withstands heat and is resistant to stains.


Marble creates sheer beauty for any bathroom. Only use marble in bathrooms that aren’t heavily used. Marble needs gentle treatment as is prone to scratches and stains.


Quartz is incredibly durable and low-maintenance. Quartz is often seen as an affordable option compared to granite and marble. Quartz doesn’t need to be stained in order to last longer like granite. This nonporous surface is mold, mildew, and scratch-resistant.


Travertine has a light color and can take on a high polish. It is harder than limestone or marble, making it well suited for busy bathrooms. Travertine should be sealed for protection and longevity.

All of these amazing stones are available at Planet Stone. Contact us at 818-890-0810 for more details or to receive a free estimate.

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