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5 Popular Ways to Use Concrete in Your Bathroom

Want a marble bathroom sink on a budget? A Bavarian stone countertop? Use concrete. Don't worry, your bathroom won’t look like a parking garage. Thanks to today's technology, you can use concrete in an endless number of ways to fit any style of design.

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Want a marble bathroom sink on a budget? A Bavarian stone countertop? Use concrete. Don't worry, your bathroom won’t look like a parking garage. Thanks to today's technology, you can use concrete in an endless number of ways to fit any style of design.

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Concrete floor and walls in modern bathroom

Chances are, you don’t want your bathroom to remind you of a shipping warehouse. That’s good, we don’t want it to look like that, either. Twenty years ago, that’s all a concrete bathroom would look like, but things are different today. Concrete goes far beyond being drab and dull, and it can even add warmth and character to your space. Here are five ways you can use decorative concrete to make your bathroom extraordinary.

Concrete trays

Concrete bathroom tray

Our first design idea is to use concrete trays. This is a great idea if you want to incorporate a little concrete into your bathroom without too much commitment. This way, you can use them on your countertop to store your various accouterments and test out the look of concrete in your bathroom at the same time. They are easy to purchase (or make yourself), and they won’t blow your budget nor require you to do any modifications to your bathroom.

 

Concrete trays come in different sizes and can be thick and chunky or thin and fluid. Most come with some kind of sealant to withstand splashes and make them easy to clean. You may find that just a little bit of smooth concrete can bring some tranquility to your bathroom.

Concrete Bathroom Sink

Concrete bathroom sink

What’s right next to a bathroom tray? The sink. That’s our next stop. A concrete bathroom sink can be the focal point of your bathroom and express your unique style. Sure, there are some common bathroom sink molds, but what’s stopping you from designing your own? Nothing. Concrete can be poured into an endless variety of shapes, so your imagination is really your limit (and budget, of course).

 

Colored stains and acid etching further widen your creative possibilities. You could make a wide trough-style sink with sandstone-colored concrete to ease you out of your slumber in the morning. Or, you could go all out and make a midnight blue sink in the shape of a half-moon. Whether your style is rustic or traditional, you can design a concrete sink to go with it.

 

Another thing that makes concrete so great is its relatively low cost. You have many sink options to choose from. A custom ceramic sink, while gorgeous, will cost a lot of money. Concrete does look a bit different, but it doesn’t have to be any less elegant. Surface treatments even allow finished concrete to look like granite or marble.

Concrete bathroom countertop

Concrete bathroom countertop

Concrete countertops are another great option for incorporating this versatile material into your bathroom. Concrete bathroom countertops are durable and can be finished in many styles. Typically, the cost of a concrete countertop falls somewhere in the middle of all your options. Standard tile or laminate options will be cheaper, but high-end stone tile or marble will be more expensive.

 

Another thing to be aware of is that concrete can crack. Now, it doesn’t happen often, but homes settle over time. That can create pressure on your countertop that can cause a crack. Hairline cracks, though annoying, are mendable, and refinishing can make them disappear.

 

The real advantage of a concrete bathroom countertop is the variety of customization it provides. This single material can look like polished Italian marble or Bavarian stone. You can even incorporate vanity sinks into the countertop and check two things off your list at once (as seen in the photo above).

Concrete bathroom floor

Concrete bathroom floor

A smooth dark grey concrete bathroom floor can really work with modern home designs, while texturized stains can add depth to the environment.

 

Water is nothing to worry about with a properly sealed concrete bathroom floor. However, wet concrete can be slippery. Use mats for grip, or use a sealant that provides a good amount of traction for the bathroom environment.

 

Another issue to be aware of is that concrete is cold to the touch. This is because concrete has a high thermal mass. Since it’s a dense material, it takes more energy to heat. Laminate materials are less dense and warm up quickly from the air around them, whereas concrete doesn’t. However, concrete floors are fully compatible with radiant heating, and once they are warm they retain their heat for a long time.

Concrete Shower

Concrete bathroom shower

You can incorporate concrete into your shower in a few ways. You could just have a concrete shower floor, you could use concrete tiles on the walls, or you could use concrete slabs for the whole shower. Whatever you choose, concrete is sure to give your bathroom a stylish and contemporary aesthetic.

We just mentioned that concrete can be slippery when wet, so why would you want it in your shower? Well, you can texturize it to give yourself better traction—something porcelain or acrylic showers don’t allow you to do.

Closing thoughts

If you’re planning on starting a concrete project in your bathroom, there are a couple of things you should be aware of. First of all, it’s not a good idea to do the work yourself unless you have a lot of experience. Once the concrete sets, it’s hard to “edit,” so hire a pro if you have any doubts about your abilities.

Also, concrete needs time to set. Depending on the project, you won’t be able to use the bathroom for a few days (unless you get a pre-poured sink or countertop). Make sure you have a backup plan. All that being said, you’re sure to enjoy the outcome however you use this versatile material.

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