bathroom countertop materials

blingymoJuly 26, 2012

I am redoing my master bathroom. I have a 6.5' counter with sink that I will be replacing. I would like to put in a larger sink, with a max of 37-38" to work with for sink installation, due to a vanity seat area. The plan is to put two faucets, which I know is tight, but it the best I can do on space. I have considered granite (I'm in love with Cosmos) with an undermount sink (found a 36" one at Wetstyle, but it probably costs a mint - haven't gotten price on that yet). I am also looking at Staron solid surface counter (in Radiance - as you can see from my name, I like sparkle!) and wondering if I can have an integrated sink in the appropriate size. I have never done any remodeling, so all these choices and decisions are new to me. And I have yet to check out prices on any of these options. What do you think is my best choice of countertop material and way to get a larger sink?

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Radiance isn't cheap. You're looking at one of the most expensive choices Staron makes. I love it too but it was way too dear for us.

Any fabricator will be able to make you an integrated sink the size you want. When I looked at this as a choice, an integrated white sink and radiance was almost $2000 here in the Chicago burbs.

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