Needless to say, bathroom vanitytop not only give you the space to refresh, cleanse and groom yourself but also help you organize all your personal care essentials in one place. They’re practical and provide you with additional workspace too.
When it comes to choosing the right material, colors, and sinks (basins) for your bathroom vanitytop, there are options aplenty, so let’s check them out one by one.
It is a high-end, solid, and durable material. Granite is more expensive but also has a higher resale value. Compared to its competitors, granite is more scratch-resistant and stain resistant, as well as water and heat-resistant. Granite is low maintenance but needs adequate sealing to maintain the original shine. It gives an elegant and timeless look.
Quartz is an expensive purchase but gives a fancy look. It is a man-made, antibacterial, and durable material. Often stronger than granite. Non-porous quartz is stain and scratch-resistant, but not heat-resistant. Easy to clean, quartz never needs sealing.
Marble is an economical and long-lasting material with high resale value. Scratch-resistant marbles are durable but stain resistant. They are unique and give a contemporary look. It needs sealing to provide a protective layer.
The sink is already built and integrated into the vanitytop surface, helping you avoid the hassle of installation.
Vessel basin: The sink is much smaller and is placed right above the vanitytop such that the bottom of the sink is aligned with the vanitytop surface. Typically, glass, metal, stone, or ceramics are used for making vessel basins. They look pretty elegant and sophisticated.
The sink is long, rectangular, and built into the vanitytop surface.
The sink can be easily installed above the vanitytop and can also be replaced without altering the vanitytop itself. How? Because in this case, the sink has a finished and rolled rim that drops in and keeps it in place.
Ideally, the color for the bathroom vanitytop should be chosen according to the overall theme and color scheme of the bathroom. Our suggestion is to use a bright-, light- or medium-toned countertop for a small bathroom and a dark-colored bathroom vanitytop for a big bathroom. Consider the lighting in the area too. However, the overall effect shouldn’t be overwhelming or dull to ensure the right frame of mind for those using the bathroom.
Some of the most popular colors for bathroom vanitytop are blue, pink, pastel, black, grey, light yellow, gold, white and brown.
You can opt for a vanitytop for your bathroom as per your needs and material preferences. However, if you’re looking for high durability as well as rich looks, the three most popular choices are quartz, granite, and marble. Here’s a quick comparison of all three materials so that you can choose the best from among them.
Now comes the most daunting question for homeowners: how to care for bathroom vanitytop?
You need to take special care of your bathroom countertops as that’s the area most prone to a daily mess. This section will discuss caring in two parts for each kind of bathroom vanitytop: cleaning routine and sealing routine.
Granite: Use a mixture of mild soap/baking soda and warm water to rinse the vanitytop.
Marble: Use a mixture of dishwashing liquid soap and warm water to wipe the surface. After a few minutes, wipe it clean with a soft and clean cloth towel.
Quartz: Use a mixture of mild dish soap and warm water to rinse the surface and a non-abrasive sponge to gently wipe it off after some time
Stainless steel: Use a mixture of dish soap/baking soda and warm water and wipe it off using a soft sponge. Alternatively, use a specialized cleaner and polish for stainless steel surfaces
Laminate: Use a mixture of baking soda and warm water and wipe off with a microfibre cloth. Alternatively, use a mild household cleaner for this. Don’t use abrasive substances at all
Wood: Use warm water on the surface and wipe off with a microfibre cloth.
Glass: Use a mixture of vinegar/mild soap and warm water and wipe off with a microfibre cloth. Alternatively, use specialized glass cleaners.
Granite: This needs to be sealed every six months to one year. Use a specialized granite sealer for sealing the surface if the surface doesn’t pass the water droplet test
Marble: This needs to be sealed every five months to one year. Use a specialized marble sealer for sealing the surface if the surface doesn’t pass the water droplet test
Stainless steel: This doesn’t require any sealing routine at all.
Wood: This requires occasional sealing and polishing using mineral oil that conditions the surface and effectively locks the moisture
This white bathroom vanitytop with a vessel sink looks traditional and sleek. The wooden cabinet provides some solid support and storage space, and the round mirror also seamlessly blends in with the vanitytop.
This greyish-white bathroom vanitytop with an integrated sink looks luxurious and classy. It accentuates the overall vibe of the space along with the dark grey vanity cabinet, the green potted plant, also the big round mirror.
This floating bathroom vanitytop is a perfect choice for those who want to save floor space in the bathroom for easier cleaning and don’t have too much to display on the vanitytop surface, moreover, it complements the designer faucets and the overall color scheme too.
This white marble bathroom vanitytop looks absolutely stunning sitting on an open wooden-framed shelf. The lights above lend an opulent vibe to the space and the green plant adds a pop of color.
This light grey quartz bathroom vanitytop with two integrated sinks, two big wooden-framed mirrors, vanity cabinets, and barn-style doors tie the whole farmhouse look together.
That’s all there is! Go ahead and choose a bathroom vanitytop that serves as a stunning visual focal point in your bathroom space.
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