When you picking the best countertops for your bathroom, you want to make a selection that marries beauty and function. There are lots of things to consider — and lots of options — which makes the decision hard.
The countertops in your bathroom usually see less wear and tear than those in your kitchen. They don’t see nicks from knives or heat from pots and pans. They are susceptible to staining from make-up and some of the ingredients in skin care products, especially those designed for acne.
We put together this comprehensive guide to help you make the best decision for your new bathroom countertop. We’ll weigh the pros and cons of each and give you an idea of the things you should consider.