Bathroom Vanity Top in Rustic Coral Granite (For Sale!)

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Rustic Coral Bathroom Vanity Top

Rustic Coral Bathroom Vanity Top - yes the sink hole is a bit wonky, but we will fix it as part of this steal-of-a-deal price.

We have a Rustic Coral Bathroom vanity top almost ready to go. It’s 23 inches deep (22.5 inches is standard) and 43 inches wide. It will fit perfectly on a 42-inch bathroom vanity, or we can cut it down to fit something smaller. It’s one-of-a-kind, so when it’s gone, it’s gone.

Rustic Coral granite is a dark rusty color with dark charcoal and black specks in the granite. We did a really pretty outdoor barbeque in this stone earlier this year.

I found it tucked away in the shop behind some other tabletops we have for sale, and had the guys pull it out to snap a few photos to share with you.

The sink hole looks a bit uneven, but we’ll clean that up when we cut it down to the measurments that you need to put this into your home. The sink that fits this counter is a large white oval undermount sink.

The edge profile on this vanity top is called “waterfall”, also known as a “half-bullnose” edge. We can add the same profile to either the right or the left (or both) depending on how your cabinet is positioned in the bathroom.

The Deal on this Vanity Top

If you bring us your measurements, and come and pick up the finished counter, you can have this puppy for $230. Oooh, yes, that isn’t a typo: $230 for a top-quality granite vanity top. That INCLUDES the sink! We’ll mount the sink to the counter, and finish the edges to your size.

In case you are wondering, this is the thicker granite (called “3cm”), which is about 1 3/16 inches thick. It’s not the thinner stuff you see on the pre-fab counters from the big box stores. Ths isn’t a pre-fab – we made it in our shop here in Austin, Texas.

You can come and get it in your car, or your truck, and take it home and pop it onto your cabinet with some Liquid Nails.

You’ll need to install some sort of backsplash to cover the unfinished edge at the back. Most people just put in a few rows of tile. Travertine would look great with the colors in the Rustic Coral granite. You can even bring a few samples to our shop with you when you bring in your measurements to check on how the colors in your tile go with the colors in the granite.

We really like the selection and the service at The Tile Guy on Anderson Lane for tile.


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