Should I Add Granite in the Master Bath?
Photos and Ideas for Master Bath Granite Vanities
If you are thinking about building a new home in North Carolina, you're probably looking for pictures of your favorite master bathroom design ideas.
The master bath is the place where you begin and end your day - and it should be relaxing, convenient, and most of all, elegantly designed.
How Much Does it Cost to Include Granite Counter Tops in the Master Bathroom?
Since the cost of granite has gone down over the past few years, upgrading to granite in the master bath may be a lot more reasonable than you might think. Ask Stanton Homes for an initial home plan cost estimate - and make sure to mention that you're interested in granite vanity tops.
Photos of Granite Counters in the Master Bath
Take a look at these photos of master bathroom vanity tops made of granite, and get ideas for your own custom designed, luxurious master bath.
The master bathroom granite counter top pictured to the left is taken from a recently completed Fuquay-Varina, NC custom home.
What other special features are included in this master bath?
- Under-counter knee space for a make-up or prep area with chair
- Custom tile floor design with oversized 12x24 inch tiles
- Walk-in closet with hardwood flooring
Granite counters come in a huge variety of colors - and can easily complement any bathroom color scheme.
Granite is a natural product harvested from quarries. Colors and patterns vary depending on the geological processes in the region where they are quarried.
The master bathroom granite counter top pictured to the left is taken from a recently completed Raleigh, NC custom home.
This angled master bath counter is completely unique to this version of The Kelley.
When making bathroom selections with a Stanton Homes interior designer, our home buyers view samples representative of a type of granite to make their color and style choices.
The master bathroom granite counter top pictured to the right is taken from a recently completed Raleigh, NC contemporary style home.
These his-and-hers separate master bath counters are beautifully integrated into this version of The Worthington.
What are the Benefits of Choosing Granite Counter Tops?
So, if granite counters cost more (even if the price difference isn't as large as it used to be), why should you choose granite over other types of counters?
Granite counters are longer-lasting, offer more depth and richness in color selections (cultured marble is usually limited to neutral shades), and have a particularly appealing appearance with the wide variety of edge styles offered by Stanton Homes.