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Once you fall in love with the natural look and beauty of soapstone, you’ll be excited about the many applications where you can use soapstone in your home. Soapstone’s timeless qualities and classic appeal make it the ideal choice to enjoy for years to come.
Soapstone Kitchen Countertops
Beautiful natural soapstone for your kitchen counter is both durable and requires minimal maintenance. Its heat resistant properties make it the ideal choice for kitchen countertops and islands. Also don’t forget about your soapstone backsplash. Great for outdoor kitchen spaces.
Made to last a lifetime our soapstone sinks come in a variety of standard sizes or can be custom made to order. Choose between soapstone sinks that are assembled from 1 ¼" slabs or solid block soapstone seamless sinks.
Great for both bathroom floors and wall tile, soapstone tiles do not absorb water and do not get slippery when wet.
Known for its heavy-duty durability and non-porous qualities, soapstone tile flooring, with shades of light or dark gray and natural white marbling, will give any floor a beautiful distinctive look. For cold climate areas another benefit of soapstone flooring is that it isn't as cold underfoot as other ceramic or stone tiles. When combined with in-floor radiant heat it can warm a room very efficiently.
A Soapstone firebrick is so dense that it absorbs heat and then radiates slowly for hours, improving your fireplace's efficiency. Re-lining your firebox with soapstone fire bricks is a great option to improve it's efficiency and upgrade the look of standard fire bricks without costing you an arm and a leg.
The possibilities are endless. The nature of soapstone lends itself to carving and embellishments. From fireplace mantels, to fireplace surrounds, architectural elements, relief tile and ornaments, outdoor fountains, benches, fireboxes, hearths, thresholds, stair caps and shower pans.
Soapstone, which was used in lab classrooms, is known for its heavy-duty durability and works well as the current trend is a honed finish.