Countertops for bathrooms and toilets
An important element in a bathroom or lavatory is the countertop as it respects the environment and leaves it in style. It also serves as a carrier for soap dispensers, vases, perfumes and various items.
To plan a workbench, you must have the dimensions, the type of material, the design and all the objects made of crockery and metals in your hand. To help you find some of the most commonly used materials in modern bathrooms:
- Burnt cement – modern and leaves the environment jovial and rustic. Ideal for those who do not want to extrapolate much in their budget, but without giving up a stubborn material.
- Granite – super famous among architects. With a large selection of textures and colors.
- Wood – The cool thing is to use in restrooms because this material needs a lot of moisture. If it is to be used on the bench once a year waterproof with maritime paint to make the wood resistant.
- Marble – it’s a more porous stone, so it’s ideal for the bathroom. It has the same texture and color choice as granite and with a high price.
- Nanoglass and Marmoglass – mixture of granite and marble. They are the most expensive stones on the market and have this great white tone for your bank.
- Porcelanato – much used in the renovation of houses. For benches it has a special cut, but it is very wide, it wants to have some seams. From a distance, it looks like nano glass when done with white porcelain tile.
- Silestone and Quartz Stone – The Silestone is an industrialized face stone with a range of colors. The Quartz Stone version is one more version but much more expensive than the granite.
- Glass – For those who like transparency and easy cleaning, glass can be a great option. Choose a solid glass to support the bowl.
. With so many different materials, it’s time to choose the model and finish it for your bank For this we separate some nice references:
Picture 1 – Bathroom counter in the wooden log
Figure 2 – Mirrored toilet bench with stone
Figure 3 – Bathroom bench for two stone-covered wash basins
Figure 4 – Washbasin with towel rail
Picture 5 – Bathroom bench in yellow lacquer and natural wood
Picture 6 – Washbasin in wood painted gray
Picture 7 – Small bathroom bench in white wood
Picture 8 – Washbasin bench in white stone
Figure 9 – Wooden bathroom counter
Figure 10 – bathroom bench in concrete with white color
Picture 11 – Mirrored bathroom worktop with stone top
Picture 12 – White washbasin
Figure 13 – Washbasin in concrete
Figure 14 – Bathroom counter in white stone
Picture 15 – Vanity top made of wood
Figure 16 – Bathroom counter with white cabinet and clear stone top
Picture 17 – Gray bathroom counter
Picture 18 – Clean bathroom counter
Figure 19 – Bathroom counter with blue drawers and concrete top
Figure 20 – Bathroom counter with slatted frame and stone
Figure 21 – Bathroom counter with neutral colors
Picture 22 – Washbasin with black stone
Figure 23 – Small bathroom counter with white support
Figure 24 – Bathroom countertop coming out of the wood wall
Figure 25 – Glass bathroom counter and marble sink
Picture 26 – Dark wood bathroom cabinet with built-in tap
Figure 27 – Bathroom counter with minimalist style in concrete
Picture 28 – Bathroom bench with two brown stone sinks and white lacquered base
Figure 29 – Beige stone washstand
Figure 30 – Bathroom worktop with built-in sink
Figure 31 – Mirror cabinet in retro style
Figure 32 – Bathroom counter with two sinks
Picture 33 – Stone washbasin
Picture 34 – White wooden bath table with three drawers
Figure 35 – Bathrooms are only with sink
Picture 36 – Wooden bath and stone slab
Picture 37 – Wooden vanity with gray sink
Figure 38 – Bathroom counter in gray cabinet with side mirrors
Figure 39 – bathroom counter with black lacquer
Figure 40 – Bathroom counter and sink made of wood
Picture 41 – Single wash basin above
Figure 42 – bathroom bench in the demolition wood
Figure 43 – Vanity with niche to support towels
Figure 44 – Bathroom counter with drawers and wooden cabinet
Picture 45 – Gray bathroom counter
Picture 46 – Wooden bathroom counter for reforestation
Figure 47 – Toilet seat in ivory wood and black top
Figure 48 – Corten steel bathroom cabinet
Picture 49 – Blue bathroom counter
Figure 50 – Bathrooms are traditional style