There are many more options for Bathroom Vanity Tops than there were in the past. Many of our suppliers have come out with half slab programs for their quartz products which make it possible to purchase smaller pieces of stone for the vanity tops and help keep costs down. We also have a wide variety of remnants that could work for your project. Here are a few great options for your bathroom remodel project.
Caesarstone Half Slab
Caesarstone is a quartz manufacture, and they have recently launched a half slab program. All of their quartz colors are available in a half slab option. They aren’t as discounted as a remnant, but are a great option for larger vanities.
Pental Quartz Half Slab
Pental Quartz offers almost all of their quartz colors in a half slab option. This is a great option if you are unable to find a remnant to fit your bathroom countertop design, or are looking for a very specific color.
Washington Marble Works has a fairly extensive remnant yard in the back next to our shop. When people are looking for a bathroom vanity countertop, more often than not, this is our go to spot. Remnants are small pieces left over from larger jobs, which are offered at a discounted price. Our remnants include granite, quartz, marble, limestone, and travertine. It is a bit of a treasure hunt, but new pieces come in almost every week! When choosing remnants, you are limited to what we have in stock, and sometimes pieces aren’t wide or long enough to accommodate a backsplash, but you can be sure you will find a variety of options.
When it comes to a bathroom backsplash, the most common thing we see people do is a 4 inch backsplash in the same material as the countertop. If you want something with a little extra bling or pizazz, we do have a showroom with a lot of tile backsplash options.
Bathroom Sinks and Faucets
We offer options for sinks and faucets to go with your new bathroom countertops. Our Artisan brand sinks are our most popular when someone comes in wanting a new bathroom vanity countertop. Artisan also offers faucets. We typically see people choosing an undermount porcelain sink, however you can use cast iron, or even a vessel sink. Vessel sinks come in a variety of materials; glass, wood, metal, natural stone… We are here to help you find what fits your needs.