Are you tired of looking at the same sink, vanity and tub every morning and night? This is called bathroom fatigue, and it happens to a lot of people.
Your bathroom should be a place of peace that provides refuge from your hectic schedule. If you’re suffering from bathroom fatigue, you have three obvious ways of changing up the room — decorate differently by swapping out towels; making wholesale changes; or using a granite remnant (a small, leftover piece of beautiful granite that’s been cut for countertop use) to infuse some energy into the space.
Unless you’ve got the patience of a saint and a lot of time and money lying around, moving décor around and tearing down walls isn’t practical. However, installing granite countertops is not only practical, it’s also a less expensive and relatively easy way to update your tired old bathroom.
Start with the sink
The sink is a centerpiece of nearly every bathroom. It’s where you wash, stand in front of the mirror and make sure you’re ready to start the day. Installing a granite countertop in the bathroom can instantly elevate the entire room to whole new level of comfort and class.
Add a vanity
If the sink is a bathroom’s star, a vanity is the supporting actor. If you’ve got the space, building a vanity is a great and relatively inexpensive way to turn an otherwise ordinary bathroom into a spa-like space that’s as comfortable as it is functional.
Go beyond the obvious
Everyone knows that granite is a great countertop material for sinks and vanities. However, a lot of people don’t consider using granite remnants on their floors, walls or around their tubs. Adding just a touch of granite can transform an entire bathroom.
A granite remnant can work almost anywhere in your bathroom, providing a jolt of energy to a dull design and opening up your weary eyes to a world of opportunities that are relatively inexpensive and easy to install. For help waking up your tired bathroom design, call the experts at Arch City Granite & Marble, Inc. or stop into our St. Louis or O’Fallon locations, today.