Concrete Bathroom Countertop Options

Get all the info you'll need on concrete bathroom countertops, and get ready to install a long-lasting and economical countertop in your bath space.


By: Sean McEvoy

Concrete bathroom countertops are a stylish and economical option that can complement just about any bathroom design.

Concrete is one of the most readily available and economical materials used in bathroom countertop design. It works for just about any bathroom style, but it's particularly popular in modern and contemporary bathrooms, where its sleek, minimalist style has a chance to shine.

Splurge or Save: 16 Gorgeous Bath Updates for Any Budget

See All Photos

Shop This Look

Concrete is also one of the more eco-friendly materials used in countertop construction, as it can be made from all-natural materials.

Concrete bathroom countertops can be finished and sealed in many different styles and a wide range of colors, or they can be left raw and more-or-less unfinished for a smooth, matte look.

One thing to remember when choosing your concrete bathroom countertop style is that unfinished concrete can be susceptible to chipping, scratching and cracking. So even if you're considering going with an "unfinished" look, you can explore a range of sealants and finishes that will approximate the look but protect the surface.

Next Up

How to Clean Concrete Countertops

Concrete countertops are known for their strength and durability. Keep them in tip-top condition with just two easy steps.

How to Build a Concrete Countertop

Learn how to construct and install a concrete slab countertop for a kitchen island.

Glass Kitchen Countertops

Infuse your kitchen the lightest and brightest surface around: a colorful but opaque glass kitchen countertop.

Budgeting for a Bathroom Remodel

Get tips for figuring out how much you can spend on your renovation project

Types of Bathrooms

Explore the different types of bathrooms, and begin your bathroom redesign or installation with all the info you'll need.

Tile Kitchen Countertop

Not just for floors and walls, tile makes a durable counter surface.

Butcher Block and Wood Countertops

Wood counters give a kitchen warmth and natural beauty.

Reasons to Choose Porcelain Tile

Harder than ceramic, porcelain tile is a smart choice for floors, countertops and walls because of its durability, beauty and countless design choices.

How to Choose the Right Tile for Your Home

Learn all about the different types of tile and slabs that can be used on floors, walls and countertops including ceramic, porcelain, cement, marble and more. Plus, we’ll explain PEI rating, glazing and which tiles are easiest to install.

Which Countertops Are Most Expensive?

In the market for new countertops? We're giving you the lowdown on seven high-end countertop material options.

Go Shopping

Get product recommendations from HGTV editors, plus can’t-miss sales and deals.

Follow Us Everywhere

Join the party! Don't miss HGTV in your favorite social media feeds.