The color range for soapstone is typically in grays, blues and greens, with light flowing veins or variegations. Soapstone turns to a darker color with use or when treated with mineral oil. It is perfect for achieving that warm “old-fashioned,” “rustic,” “early-American” look.
Soapstone countertops are very resistant to heat, which makes them suitable for installing in the kitchen and near wood or pellet stoves. Since it is a non-porous stone there is no need to seal. Soapstone is versatile enough to be used with very modern designs.
Does the idea of soapstone countertops in your home intrigue you? Not sure where to start? Use our virtual designer tools to create your dream kitchen or bathroom using soapstone countertops. You can even show us your design to get it perfect!
Contact us today to learn more about this increasingly popular stone choice. We provide soapstone countertops to homeowners near Glens Falls, Schenectady, Albany, Clifton Park, Troy, Latham, Queensbury, Wilton, Saratoga, NY and surrounding areas. Check out our inventory page to see the soapstone slabs we currently have in our showroom!