Cap off your bathroom cabinetry to create exceptional looks…
While the other categories of Countertops will fit into your bathroom project, there are a few details that set a bathroom countertop apart from those options and this section mostly deals with the vanity countertop.
At Floor to Ceiling we feature a collection bath countertops that are durable, beautiful and will fit your style, room and budget! Available in a wide range of colors and materials. Plus our brands are selected to accommodate a variety of sink installations; under-counter, countertop, above-counter, and more.
Our brands also offer customers a choice of length and depth of tops, multiple and two-tone bowls, styles, placements, and custom edges.
Standard Lavatories are available in hundreds of sizes and many bowl styles. They are usually Flat or Raised edge and are also 5/8″ or 1″ thickness. Standard Lavatories can have one bowl (centered or offset) or two bowls. These tops usually already have a mold, so it requires no special setup and is generally less expensive than a custom setup.
Variations of vanity tops also include: angles, clipped or radius corners, bump outs, banjo tops, drop-in or under mount bowls, and loose backsplash options.
Generally available in a Matte Finish or a Gloss Finish.
Tops with a matte finish can be cleaned with a damp cloth or sponge using warm soapy water or general purpose cleaners (including abrasives, such as Comet), while a gloss finish can also be cleaned with a damp cloth or sponge and non-abrasive cleaners. The surface of either finish may need occasional polishing to maintain its appearance/luster or glossy finish.
Caring for your Bath Countertop
Most brands of bathroom countertops/vanities, require minimal care to maintain their original beauty. Consider the following when caring for your vanity top.
Avoid exposure to strong chemicals. If strong chemicals/cleaners containing methylene chloride, acetone (nail polish remover), or acid drain cleaners come in contact with your vanity top or bowl, quickly flush surface with plenty of soapy, warm water.
Even though all surfaces are non-porous, use of hair dye has been known to stain light colored, especially solid white tops. Cleaners with bleach may counteract the stain, but are not recommended for general cleaning.
Adhesive, left from the protective film or caulk that was not cleaned up well after installation, can be removed with an adhesive remover. Goo-Be-Gone works well and can be used on both matte and gloss tops.