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marjie1059

No, not necessarily less expensive, but both "mist"s create envy in me whenever I see photos of it.

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chloe00s
As another alternative to soapstone, search Houzz for Saratoga Quartzite. Just ran across the photo on Houzz, and it has the same veined look.
   
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