Tile Bathroom Countertops

Ideal for busy baths, tile is resistant to heat, impervious to water and easy to clean.

Practical and Durable

Durable and water-resistant, porcelain tile is a practical countertop option in a busy bath. This surface was inspired by natural slate. Shown: Serengeti Slate. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.

Natural Finishes

Tile countertops lend a beach-inspired feel in the bath. This style mimics travertine. Shown: Best Tile’s City Collection, Sandstone Beige. Photo courtesy of Best Tile

Seamless Design

For a seamless appearance, this glazed ceramic tile was used on the countertops and the wall. The surface resembles natural slate. Shown: Imperial Slate. Photo courtesy of Marazzi USA

Clean Glass Tile

Glass mosaic tile lends a warm, rustic feel to this bath. The surface resists water, and it’s easy to clean. Photo courtesy of Hakatai

Bold Shapes and Hues

Tile countertops don't need to be neutral: Choose from a variety of bold shapes and exciting hues for a unique look in the bath. Photo courtesy of Walker Zanger

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