Example of a classic kitchen design in Philadelphia with beaded inset cabinets, subway tile backsplash, a double-bowl sink, soapstone countertops, white cabinets and white backsplash

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Traditional Kitchen, Philadelphia

Photos by Anne Gummerson
Example of a classic kitchen design in Philadelphia with beaded inset cabinets, subway tile backsplash, a double-bowl sink, soapstone countertops, white cabinets and white backsplash - Houzz

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mlwearsch wrote:February 17, 2012
  • Danielle Brown_Swanston
    7 years ago
    Are the edges here honed? Any special treatment like leather or antique finish to this soapstone? I love it! Also is soapstone softer then granite? Thx
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    Current Works Construction Inc.
    7 years ago
    Good morning Danielle, The edge profile on this particular top is produced using belt sanders and grinders. Soapstone is considered impervious. Soapstone has very unique characteristics specific to the stone. A great source for information is Bucks County Soapstone in Pa. They have a great web site and can answer any questions you might have, not to mention, a great company to work with. Mark
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