Any kind of natural stone is an upgrade from ceramic or porcelain tile as a countertop material. A natural stone bathroom countertop is usually made up of a thick solid slab with openings cut for the sinks. Granite is still the favorite choice for bathroom countertops near Atlanta from Granite Access Kitchen and Bath in Loganville, GA. It adds value to a home and is available in a wide variety of colors and patterns. As a beautiful natural stone, granite adds luxury to a master bath. It is hard as well as resistant to scratching and impervious to humidity. The following additional kinds of stone are also used as bathroom countertop materials:
Slate. Considered good hard countertop material, slate resists stains since it is less porous than granite or marble. It is available in shades of gray, black, or green.
Soapstone. This “milky” stone with subtle veining typical comes in shades of white or gray. It is less porous than granite and marble and easy to maintain.
Limestone &Travertine. These stones are not often used in bathrooms because they are somewhat porous and need regular sealing when used in countertops. Some limestone and travertine bathroom countertops are made from tiles.
Marble. Marble is a beautiful natural stone that is available in numerous varieties of colors and patterns. Because it is a relatively soft, porous stone it needs to be sealed every year or two. Solid slab marble countertops offer elegance unmatched by other countertop materials.