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Example of a trendy kitchen design in Other with soapstone countertops and blue countertops —  Houzz
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kathantas wrote:March 1, 2013
  • sbrunge
    Do you know a source for purchase of the hood?
  • pbelkin
    Does any one know what brand of paint and color the island and trim and cabinets are painted??
deni1sam wrote:September 22, 2014
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    Alberene Soapstone Company
    Many people prefer to leave their soapstone untreated, which is doable with proper care. Keeping a green scrubbing pad (like you would use on your dishes) handy is a must. You will find that this will easily buff out any water rings or marks on your counters. A light sand paper can be used as well, followed by buffing with the green pad. More care and maintenance tips can be found on our website:
  • SLOemilie .
    My soapstone counters are unoiled ... you have to be ok with that lived in look. Anything with oil leaves its mark. Dish soap cleans most of it, but not always.
jackieo870 wrote:October 19, 2013
  • ishapisha
    Where are the brass cabinet pulls from?
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    East Coast Granite
    I'm a big fan of soapstone!
portagerun wrote:March 7, 2013
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    B.C.D. Interiors
    Good Morning...The countertop in this kitchen is a product that has been used in kitchen construction for hundreds of years, and we don't see it coming to and end any time soon! It is simple soapstone that has not been oiled which gives it a weathered, industrial look. The majority of soapstone installed today is oiled giving it a darker finish that brings out the striations in the natural stone, however the owner of this home wanted to bring something into his kitchen that was highly unique and extremely durable. I'm so pleased you like it, and thanks for your inquiry!
  • carrielazarus
    can you tell me what color you used on the upper cabinets?
Paul Kieper wrote:June 3, 2014
  • driftersca
    I would like to know the type of soapstone as well. I've been looking around and have found name such as Amazon, Belvedier… any idea which this is?
Michele Wispelwey wrote:April 5, 2017
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Christine Tusher added this to 7 Low-Maintenance Countertops for Your Dream KitchenMay 28, 2014

              2. Soapstone. Soapstone’s durability has made this material a top choice for hundreds of years. Its density makes it resistant to stains and bacteria, and it’s unaffected by heat. To clean it, simply wipe it down with mild soap and water. On the flip side, soapstone develops a darker patina over time and can scratch or chip. While some people feel this gives their countertops character, others prefer to sand soapstone regularly to keep it looking like new.Read more about soapstone countertops

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              Nicole added this to Nicole's Kitchen IdeasJanuary 20, 2020

              I like the blue on this island cabinet

              Shannon Graham added this to KitchenNovember 10, 2019

              I like the ‘feel’ of this kitchen. Perfect combo of wood, mixed metals, color, light uppers/tile

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