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    Ancient Art Concrete Countertops
    in Austin, TX
  • Rafter C Precast Concrete Medicine Hat, AB
    Rafter C Precast Concrete
    in Medicine Hat, AB
  • Concrete Sinks Lampe Concrete Studio San Marcos, CA
    Lampe Concrete Studio
    in San Marcos, CA
  • Concrete Sinks Pourfolio Custom Concrete San Diego, CA
    Pourfolio Custom Concrete
    in San Diego, CA
  • Concrete Sinks J&M Lifestyles Randolph, NJ
    J&M Lifestyles
    in Randolph, NJ
  • Concrete Sinks Riverbed Concrete Boerne, TX
    Riverbed Concrete
    in Boerne, TX
  • Concrete Sinks FORM concrete design Vail, CO
    FORM concrete design
    in Vail, CO
  • Concrete Sinks Nobel Concrete Jenison, MI
    Nobel Concrete
    in Jenison, MI
  • Concrete Sinks Stone Passion Salt Lake City, UT
    Stone Passion
    in Salt Lake City, UT
  • Concrete Sinks J&M Lifestyles Randolph, NJ
    J&M Lifestyles
    in Randolph, NJ


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The cabinetry underneath your bathroom sink is what most people refer to as the bathroom vanity. However, bathroom vanities are really a combination of the complete bathroom design, including the countertop material, faucet and fixtures, bathroom mirror, and cabinetry fixtures.

You can buy pre-fabricated bathroom vanity cabinetry online at places such as www.buyvanitiesonline.com/, but to really complete a modern upgrade or a new design for your powder room, the countertop is what will be most noticed.

According to Jim Peterson, president of ConcreteNetwork.com, "The bathroom is a great room for a major transformation, one that will make your guests say wow. And once you enliven the bathroom with a concrete countertop or sink, you'll have a room that stands out, one that is memorable."

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With concrete, you get all the benefits of a solid surface: luxury, durability, and easy care. Concrete is a great option for bathrooms because you can be so creative with it. One of the benefits of choosing concrete for your sink or countertop is the range of colors available. A professional concrete contractor can create custom colors to help you match or complement other materials in your bathroom, helping to tie all the elements together for one complete and remarkable bathroom vanity.

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Concrete Bathroom Vanity Project Profiles:

Ancient Art Concrete Countertops Austin, TX

Concrete Countertop Craftsmanship Gives 1920's Look, from Ancient Art Concrete Countertops in Austin, TX.

Rafter C Precast Concrete Medicine Hat, AB

Car Enthusiast Revs Up Bathroom Fixtures with Concrete, from Rafter C Precast Concrete in Alberta, Canada.

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