Laminate Bathroom Countertops

Low-maintenance and inexpensive, laminate countertops are available in many colors, patterns and textures.

Practical, Durable Surfaces

High-pressure laminate countertops are a practical, low-cost option. The surface—in white, for a fresh, clean look—is tough enough to withstand busy baths. Photo courtesy of Formica Corporation

Rich Textures

Dark laminate countertops lend a substantial look in the bath. Advancements in manufacturing allow for greater realism and richer textures. Photo courtesy of Formica Corporation

Low-Cost Luxury

Laminate is the chameleon of countertops: The budget-friendly surface can mimic black or golden granite, as well as various types of marble. Shown: Calcutta Marble by Wilsonart. Photo courtesy of Wilsonart International

Upscale Surfaces

Laminate is the chameleon of countertops: The budget-friendly surface can mimic black or golden granite, as well as various types of marble. Shown: Golden Juparana by Wilsonart. Photo courtesy of Wilsonart International

Natural Appearance

Today’s laminate looks more than ever like the real thing. Choose from a variety of natural stone looks, including slate, travertine, limestone, and soapstone. Shown: Bengal Slate by Wilsonart. Photo courtesy of Wilsonart International

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