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One thing to consider is how are the homes remodeled in your neighborhood...IF most homes have granite, you probably need to go ahead and install it too. IF not, you can still do it, but you could also consider a laminate. They have Wilson Art Laminate that looks really nice. I don't like tile on countertops- unless it is the super large Granite tiles...But the grout line needs to be super slim to look "polished". When I remodeled my bathroom I went to a granite shop and was able to purchase a gorgeous "remnant" granite piece. They have a LOT of leftover granite slabs out there that you can get enough for a kitchen countertop. Shop around, don't settle, and do what "feels" good. That's what worked for me..The really "nice" leftover/remnant granite only cost a bit more than the junk at the big box stores, so it was well worth it. Though of course a bathroom counter is much smaller than a kitchen counter...Still something to consider.
Never heard of "vinyl" worktops. Do you mean laminate? Laminate is cheaper and fairly durable. Granite lasts forever and is expenseive. There are some really nice laminate selections out there that resemble granite. If your pocketbook is limited...go for the laminate!
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