Make a Statement with SOAPSTONE
The benefits of choosing Soapstone
Soapstone is a highly durable material that is resistant to scratches, stains, and heat. It is a non-porous material, which means it is highly resistant to staining and bacterial growth. This makes it ideal for use in high-traffic areas like the kitchen.
Soapstone has a unique appearance, with a natural matte finish that gives it a rustic and timeless look. It is available in a range of colors, from light gray to black, which can complement a variety of design styles. Additionally, soapstone can develop a natural patina over time, which adds character and depth to its appearance.
Soapstone countertops are considered a high-end feature and can increase the value of a home. Installing soapstone countertops can be seen as an investment in the home. Soapstone can last for many years and builds its own character over time. Soapstone is treated with mineral oil to darken its complexion. This can be used for kitchen, bathroom, fireplace, and outdoor areas.
What does your countertop say about you?
At Stone Statements, we pride ourselves in professionalism and customer service. We have a vested interest in our community and take our reputation very seriously. We have endeavored to offer the finest selection of stone materials while also focusing on a personalized approach to selecting the perfect countertops for your home.
As a locally owned business that offers turn-key services, we can provide peace of mind and ensure a stress-free experience from start to finish.
We measure, fabricate, and install!
Our experienced team can save you time and money by handling every aspect of the project, from the initial consultation to the final installation. Visit our extensive showroom on Fields Ertel Road today to experience the Stone Statements difference. It is time you made a statement with your countertops.
Edge styles available for your countertop
Natural stone countertops can be finished with a variety of edges to add both functionality and style to the overall design. Some popular edge types include an eased edge, which is a simple, straight edge with slightly rounded corners; a 3/8” chamfer, which features a straight edge with a small beveled edge along the top and bottom; a half bullnose, which is a rounded edge that curves inward on the top and bottom; a full bullnose, which is a fully rounded edge that curves inward on both the top and bottom; a 3/4” chamfer, which is similar to the 3/8” chamfer but features a larger beveled edge; and an ogee edge, which has an S-shaped profile that adds a decorative element to the countertop. Each type of edge can provide a unique look and feel to the countertop, and the choice of edge can be based on personal preference, the overall style of the space, and the intended use of the countertop.
Image reference (from top to bottom): Eased, 3/8” Chamfer, Half Bullnose, Full Bullnose, 3/4” Chamfer, Ogee