Different ways to use granite in bathrooms
You should know that choosing granite in the bathroom is a great idea. You can use granite for your bathroom countertop thanks to how well it handles heat and water, and resists microorganisms. But what can you really do with it? Where can you put it? Read on for our tips on the three best ways to use granite in your bathroom.
Solid granite slabs for the shower
There are few things that can match a natural setting for a shower. You may not be able to take a walk outside to the local waterfall, especially if you live in Nashville, but you can create a natural setting with a large granite slab in your shower.
Select a granite slab that has a grain that moves down and you’ll have that ‘in a waterfall’ feeling every time you take a shower.
Granite slabs for your bathroom countertop
A granite countertop in the bathroom is a great idea as it is strong and resistant to breaking, chips and scratches. Not only is it as strong as something that comes from volcanic activity, but it also comes in a wide variety of colors. You’ll be sure to find a granite countertop that perfectly matches your bathroom design plans. Take a look at what we have on offer in Nashville right now to find real inspiration.
The strength of a granite countertop has some great benefits associated with it. Since granite will last for years longer than your home, it will greatly increase your resale value.
Granite tiles for your entire bathroom
If you want the feel of granite everywhere you step inside your bathroom, choosing granite tiles is your best option. The wide variety of colors available makes sure that you find a color that matches your vision. You can create all manner of patterns and borders all over your home – all with the strength and natural beauty create by unique cuts of granite.
For some first class examples of the bathroom that you can build right here in Nashville, check out our bathroom gallery. Many of them use granite throughout, with some extraordinary granite countertops showcased. You’ll be sure to find some visual inspiration as you build on what you learned in this article.