While functionality might be your No. 1 factor in choosing a kitchen countertop, you can bump the term down a few notches when it comes to choosing countertops for your bathroom. Yes, functionality is important in the loo, too, but bathroom surfaces usually don’t take the beating that kitchen countertops do (assuming you’re not using the equivalent of serrated bread knives and marble rolling pins in the bathroom). This makes you free to consider appearance above all else. That’s good news since bathroom countertops are generally custom-made, leaving the style and design options wide open to personal taste.
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