Granite Bathroom Countertops

The top choice for five-star bath remodels, granite is a durable surface with a variety of color options.
By: Kim Hildenbrand

Long-Lasting Luxury

Rich swirls and variations make granite a luxurious choice in the bath. The durable stone resists stains and lasts for years. Photo courtesy of Arizona Tile

Dramatic Dark Granite

Rich dark granite makes a bold statement in the bath. The surface is heat-resistant, eliminating worries about hot curling irons. Shown: Verde Butterfly. Photo courtesy of Cosentino SenSa Granite

Practical Beauty

A granite vanity top adds luxury to any bath. The surface is a practical choice, as it won’t be damaged by water or heat. Photo courtesy of AKDO

Engineered Granite

Engineered granite—formed from stone, granite and quartz—offers the same good looks with added durability. It withstands heat, stains and scratches. Photo courtesy of Granite Transformations

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Bathroom Granite Countertop Costs

Get all the info you'll need on bathroom granite countertop costs, and get ready to make an educated purchase for your bath space countertop.

Granite Bathroom Countertop Options

Explore information on granite bathroom countertops, and get ready to add a long-lasting, beautiful countertop to your bath space.

White Granite Countertops

Pure and absolutely classic, white granite is the top choice in the traditional kitchen setting.

Dark Granite Countertops

Cool, sleek and completely modern, dark granite countertops can add a touch of sophistication to any kitchen area.

Neutral Granite Countertops

Understated but decidedly classic, the neutral granite countertop manages to make a bold statement in spite of its quiet color palette.

Backsplash Ideas for Granite Countertops

Gather backsplash ideas for granite countertops, and prepare to install a stylish and efficient backsplash in your kitchen.

White Granite Kitchen Countertops

White granite countertops offer a more affordable — but equally durable and elegant — alternative to marble.

Granite Countertop Colors

Don't mistake granite for just any old stone—this surface is available in a variety of colors, making it a suitable option for any number of kitchen designs.