Planning a bathroom remodel? Marble and concrete both bring something unique to the table, err countertop, but that's just scratching the surface ... there are a plethora of options out there to top your bathroom vanity. Enter wood: It might not be the first material you'd think of, but that's also part of the appeal. From a practical standpoint, it's warm, extremely versatile, and if properly cared for, it will last for years to come. And according to CounterTop Guides, the cost per square foot is comparable to other commonly used materials.
Scroll on for 13 wood bathroom countertops that wow.
1. Infuse femininity.
2. Or, make it masculine.
This handsome bathroom features a wood countertop and wood frames that pop against the black walls and washstand. Topped with a square vessel sink and and chrome fixtures, the result is warm and masculine with lots of old-school charm.
3. Embrace angles.
La Suite Sans Cravate is a chic B and B in Bruges, Belgium. The bathrooms — which like the rest of the property were designed by Véronique Bogaert — display an exquisite use of angles and shapes, complemented by organic textures and muted hues.
4. Opt for a floating countertop.
There's something blissfully homey about this boho-industrial sanctuary that flaunts a floating wood countertop, concrete vessel sink, and hanging planters with lush greenery. Brass fixtures add loads of character.
5. Pick the right palette.
6. Bring in modern farmhouse vibes.
7. Or, channel Scandi style.
8. Add a pop of color.
9. Look to nature.
How much better would your morning be if it took place in this organic oasis? The countertop in this bathroom designed by NK Architects is actually a salvaged tree. Lucite candle holders and nickel accents inject a welcome touch of glamour.
10. Add balance to a dramatic space.
Among our favorite features in this show-stopping bathroom designed by General Assembly, are the black faucets and bold black marble shower with dramatic white veining. Of course, the light wood bathroom countertop topped by a bowl sink are nothing to scoff at either.
11. Mix earthy with elegance.
The beautiful earthy wood grain of this vanity is hands down the star of the show in this bathroom designed by Quiet Studios. The vessel sink, wall-mount chrome faucet, and vase of fresh blooms add a touch of elegance.
12. Warm up monochrome.
Proof that you don't need a ton of square footage to make an impact. The wood slab against a monochromatic backdrop is a total showstopper. If you look closely, you'll notice the white subway tile is accented with black grout for added visual interest.
13. Consider making the entire vanity wood.
This master renovation designed by Altereco showcases a stunning light wood vanity cabinet topped with a square vessel sink. Complete with white subway tile and playful round wall hooks to hang a stylish robe, it's hard to look away from this dreamy sanctuary.