When Paula and Michael built their new home, one of the main priorities was the kitchen. She wanted the kitchen to reflect her Southern heritage and have the feel of an old house. Paula wanted a serious, professional kitchen that didn’t feel like one. This contradiction was accomplished using a modern floor plan but incorporating historical elements. The exposed ceiling beams and brick backsplash helped achieve an older feel. Rather than using granite for her countertops, which Paula felt was too modern, the countertops were made from soapstone. Other touches were decidedly modern giving Paula her dream kitchen that could comfortably accommodate family and friends.
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As a designer, I can’t believe I waited this long to use this material. Well, better late than never…this will be my first choice recommendation of all my projects. The product is so versatile in terms of aesthetic, it doesn’t matter whether it is a contemporary kitchen or the most traditional. I love it!
The office staff were wonderful and the installation went perfect. My favorite thing about soapstone is that I love the organic look and feel with the added bonus of it being bullet proof. So far, I haven’t had any problems with soapstone and the maintenance is not as bad as I thought. I use the mineral oil when it looks a little dry and that’s it! I would absolutely recommend soapstone to my friends, and i have recommended Soapstone Werks to my friends already!