The Best Bathroom Countertops

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At Everest Stone, it’s our mission to help homeowners find the best bathroom countertops so they can feel good about selling them to their customers.

Bathroom Countertop Types

There are four main types of bathroom countertops that you have to choose from:


A regular countertop acts as a large stone area to set toiletries—but it doesn’t have another function. These types of countertops require a strong foundation because they are typically very heavy.

Bathroom Sink Countertops

As the name would suggest, a bathroom sink countertop is meant to hold a sink. Either a drop-in or an undermount sink can be attached to this countertop to make it as functional as possible.

Vanity Countertop

Vanity countertops combine a functioning sink with a large cabinet, which makes them very popular with people who love convenience. You can customize this option in many ways, choosing between single bowl, double bowl, or no sink at all.

Double Sink

You can fit two sinks in a double-sink bathroom countertop, as it is quite large—but the remaining available counter space may be small. This feature is desirable for many people so, if you incorporate it into your bathroom, your homes may perform better on the market.

Bathroom Countertop Materials

There are plenty of materials to choose from when it comes to the perfect bathroom countertop. Here are some of our favorites:

Engineered Quartz

Engineered quartz countertops are extremely heavy, which means they are not meant for DIY projects. They’re great for the bathroom, though, because they’re nonporous, easy to clean, and stay hygienic in a place that really needs it. They’re also extremely attractive and stylish.


Granite is a high-end material for bathroom countertops because it provides unique color variations with rich veining and mineral flecks of copper, silver, and gold. It has heat-resistant and antibacterial properties, making it another good choice for the bathroom. Much like quartz, it is also easy to clean. But unlike quartz, it is porous and requires a sealing routine.


Marble is traditional and classic, boasting beautiful veining that look great in all sorts of bathroom styles. It can last for an extremely long time, and it has no problem withstanding temperature shifts in the bathroom. It’s known for its heat resistant and all-around luxurious look.

Popular Countertop Colors

Choosing the right bathroom countertops goes beyond choosing the material. Here are the top trending countertop colors for the bathroom this year:


Black will probably never go out of style for bathroom countertops; it’s sleek and ideal for a modern space. It can do wonders in making a small bathroom seem bigger, and it also does the work in masking any blemishes that may find their way to a countertop.


While it’s much harder to hide imperfections in white than it is on a black surface, there’s an inexplicable beauty that white countertops bring to a bathroom. Much like a black countertop, white countertops make a small room seem bigger—but they do it by taking advantage of natural light and opening up the space.


Much like white, gray also brings about a luxurious and noble look to a bathroom. It creates a clean, crisp look for the room that a homeowner most definitely won’t regret, and it pairs well with almost every color scheme and style.

Choosing the Right Bathroom Countertops

The countertop is what ties your entire bathroom together. To learn more about what Everest Stone offers in the way of bathroom countertop materials, reach out to us today.