Soapstone Countertops

Soapstone has become a popular design choice due to its unique, deep, rich marbling features and flowing veins

Quarried like granite, soapstone is a heavy, mineral talc composition with a high heat retention characteristic. Used for years in fireplaces, wood stoves, and ovens, soapstone has recently made its mark with interior designers, homebuilders, architects, and countertop fabricators.

The beauty of soapstone can achieve a rustic, early American look, yet is versatile enough to be used in modern and contemporary interior designs.

Another appeal of soapstone is its natural beauty without polishing or surface treatments. However, when waxed, soapstone exhibits an even more dramatic color variation and richness. Soapstone is practically indestructible and adds elegance and enduring value to any project.

Saratoga Soapstone Colors

  • Hudson Ash Soapstone
  • Saratoga Black Soapstone

Standard Soapstone Edge Details

  • 1/2" Roundover
  • Bevel
  • Pencil

Premium Soapstone Edge Details

  • Bullnose
  • Ogee