Bathroom Vanities and Countertops
In any bathroom and powder room, vanity tops and cabinets will always be the focal point. Replacing them will be a big decision since it can make or break your bathroom remodel. If you’re looking for inspiration or guidance in picking the best bathroom vanities, then you’re in the right spot. Let’s go over our different materials and stylish bathroom vanities and countertop.
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Wide Selection of Bathroom Vanity and Bathroom Sink Cabinets
Have fun in exploring our collection of bathroom vanities, bathroom sinks, and cabinets. They come in many styles that will complete the elegant and modern design of your master bath room.
The width, height, and depth of your bathroom vanity and sink depends on your current layout. Besides dimension, deciding on what is the right style for your bath vanity, sink, and counter space must be top of your mind. But worry not, as our designer will be there to help you pick and shop the best cabinet, countertop, and sinks for your bathroom remodel.
Best Brands of Bathroom Vanities
We offer a variety of brands for our bathroom vanities. They come in different price and styles, but all are above the industry standard for a quality bath vanity.
Our partners for stylish and durable bathroom vanity are Forevermark, Fabuwood, J & K Cabinets, Showplace, and Mantra Cabinets. Each of them offer amazing ideas and patterns for bathroom vanities, sink, and vanity tops. We can help you decide on which one best fits your needs and budget for your bathroom vanity remodel.
Affordable Bathroom Sink Vanity for You
Shopping for affordable bathroom vanities is a challenge since you have a lot of options in the market. But we guarantee to offer the best price for durable vanities with the elegant styles to create a modern feel on your bathroom remodel.
Our bathroom vanity and sink are made from quality materials that have passed stringent QA process. We understand it’s a big decision when you’re shopping for sink and vanities, so we want to bring value to your purchase. Besides that, we offer a coupon to random clients to help you save money on your new bathroom vanity and sink.
Additionally, we can offer guidance on selecting the right marble countertops to complement your desired aesthetic and provide tips on maintenance and care to keep them looking their best.
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An Overview of Contertops
Marble is created from calcium carbonate, which means it reacts negatively to acids. So it’s important to keep acidic liquids away from it to prevent etching from occurring.
Granite is a natural stone that is found in different parts of the world. It is mined by workers and then sold by manufacturers.
The way the quartz is ground determines how the appearance will be. For instance, coarsely ground quartz has flecks, then quartz that’s finely ground has a smoother appearance.
Marble is a natural stone that is created through metamorphosis. It forms when sediment crystals endure pressure or heat, forming into a hard rock. The hardest stone isn’t marble, which is why it’s easier to damage. It is porous and because of this is more likely to become stained.
The use of granite as a countertop has increased substantially over the years. It’s being used in all parts of the home, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. The warmth and beauty of granite stone makes it the ideal choice for adding appeal to your home’s décor.
Quartz is a man-made stone that is made up of 10 percent resins, pigments and polymers, and 90 percent ground quartz. This is a natural hard mineral, which gives it its toughness. The end product is a stone-like slab that resembles granite.
Frequently Asked Questions
A double sink vanity would cost you around $750 to $3,200. Adding a bath vanity would bring more value and function to your bathroom. If this price is heavy for you, a single sink vanity would be fine. You will still get the same function and beauty with less storage and space.
Small bathroom vanities would cost around $300 to $3,000. If you pick expensive materials for your bathroom vanity top, that can lift overall cost. Going for durable and affordable vanity material would be fine.
Installing a new sink to your bathroom is a good idea. For less than a $1,000 you can get a beautiful sink for your space. Most homeowners spend around $400 to $700 for replacing their sink. You can request for a free quote from us without creating an account.
The shop price of toilet alone ranges from $100 to $400. You can shop in our store for the best style to match your space and floor. If we include labor, the overall price is between $200 to $700. We prefer you talk with your contractor to customize the fixtures and style of your toilet.
You can visit a big box shop or in our store to view some of our elegant floor tiles and stone countertop. We carry different known brands in the industry. We can customize the width and length of your tiles to fit the current layout of your flooring.
If you want to replace your bathroom vanities with a good one, you can find that in our shop. We have vanity in different styles to meet the needs of our clients. Upgrading your bathroom vanity is an excellent way to bring value and aesthetics to your space.
Whether your vanity top is cracked or outdated, you can always shop for the best vanity tops in our store. Upgrading your countertop is a fun way to bring your personality into the design of your bathroom. Shop for affordable custom-made vanity stone top in our showroom.
The national price to remove and install a vanity top ranges from $400 to $4,500. This depends on what shop you get your countertop. The kind and quality of vanity top matters as well. For instance, premium grade granite costs more than their standard grade.
The process starts by removing your backsplash, followed by your sink faucet. After that, you need to cover any gaps between your vanity and wall. Once done, sand off the surface with a 320 grit sandpaper. And then, the rest would follow, that is, application of epoxy primer. The process can be tedious, but you can let a professional do it for you. We can help you out at an affordable rate. Request a free quote today.