Remodeling your bathroom can be a fun experience, especially when you see the before and get to enjoy the after. However, in between those two are what feels like a thousand little decisions about how to redo your space. One such decision is your countertops. The countertops matter because they affect both the function and design of your bathroom, so you want to get it right. To help you make the choice, consider these tips, courtesy of our team at Indy Renovation.
1. Understand your options.
Many people don’t realize how many options there are when it comes to bathroom countertops. Most people automatically think of stone products like quartz or marble or a more standard laminate. But you can also get a little creative. In fact, go ahead and Google “bathroom countertop ideas.” Before you know it, you’ll be reading articles about unique countertop options like concrete, glossy wood, butcher block, and more.
2. Assess your budget.
You can certainly go crazy and spend a bunch of money on your countertops. And if that’s where you want to burn through your budget, then that’s certainly your prerogative. However, if money is tight, be sure to get estimates on products only in your price range or ask if there’s a good countertop remnant that would work in your bathroom.
3. Factor in your design.
You may love concrete countertops, but if your overall design scheme is more traditional, then it might look a bit out of place. If you’re not sure which vanity tops would work best in your space, consult with our team who can help you choose what will look best.
4. Consider your timeline.
The idea of shipping a custom slab of marble from Italy to your home may sound like a dream come true. And if you have the time, patience, and budget for it, then why not? However, if you feel the crunch of the holidays approaching or you just want the bathroom remodel to be complete, then opt for something local.
Want more bathroom remodeling tips and tricks? Are you ready to get started on your bathroom remodel? Then contact Indy Renovation today at (317) 375-4464 for a free in-home consultation and estimate.