Bathroom Countertops

At Marsh Kitchen & Bath, we partner with several suppliers to bring you the best variety of bathroom countertops available. Though our selection is unlimited, certain materials will work better in particular rooms of the home. Some of our recommendations for baths are listed below. Stop by one of our four North Carolina design centers to discuss the best option for your bathroom remodel with one of our design professionals.

Types of Bathroom Countertops


When people think of laminate, they often think of an unattractive and outdated product. In recent years, however, it has evolved to match the finishes of wood and natural stones like granite. Laminate is also one of the most affordable, low-maintenance, and durable countertop materials on the market.

Solid Surface

Solid surface materials are man-made and have long been a standard choice for bathroom counters. This material is resistant to bacteria, water, and stains, making it especially easy to maintain in a bathroom setting. Solid surface countertops also come in a variety of patterns and styles.


Because of its undeniable beauty, granite remains the most popular option for countertops among homeowners. Granite is a hard, natural stone that comes in an almost endless assortment of colors and patterns. It is long-lasting and resistant to heat and scratches.


Quartz is one of the best materials to install in a bathroom. Its resistance to stains, bacteria, and moisture make it easy to work with. Adding to its low-maintenance is the fact that Quartz doesn't require regular sealing the way Granite and other materials do.


Because a bathroom eliminates the risk of spilling cooking oils or acidic foods, this space is often considered the ideal setting for marble countertops. Marble countertops add an indisputable luxury that can require little to no maintenance in a bathroom.