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Master bath countertop question

Posted by kmonson (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 6, 13 at 22:39

We are completely redoing our master bath and the floor, walls and shower ceiling will all be white marble tile (varying size, depending on the application). We are deciding on countertops for the vanities and agree that more marble will be over the top (we may be over the top, regardless!) but are having trouble coming up with another solution. Each vanity will be approx. 57". I don't like the vessel style, as I know I won't keep it clean. I have played around with the idea of concrete but haven't seen it in action with marble. Oh, and the base will be a mahogany wood.
Any ideas?

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RE: Master bath countertop question

What about a mid or dark grey quartz with little to no movement ?

In my opinion, concrete as a countertop material is asking for trouble (it chips, cracks, stains and is etched by acids, that means etched by any personal care product.)

RE: Master bath countertop question

Have you considered a one-piece fireclay/porcelain sink top?

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