The Stone Studio
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The Stone Studio offers custom design, fabrication, and installation of natural stone features for your home. We work with all types of natural stone, including granite, marble, limestone, and quartzite, but soapstone is our specialty. The Stone Studio is the culmination of a lifelong passion for fine craftsmanship, natural materials and unique design.

Services Provided
Countertop Repair, Custom Countertops

Areas Served
Batesville, Clarksburg, Metamora, Morris, Napoleon, New Point, Oldenburg, Osgood, Sunman, Cincinnati
Contact: Pete & Marlene Wukusick
Location: 20157 Five Point Road
Batesville, IN 47006
Commented: What is the name of the countertop? This countertop is fabricated from Karma leathered granite. (from slabs purchased at Mont Surfaces in Cincinnati.) The granite variety is also known as Titanium granite, and can be polished or leather...
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Commented: what is the backsplash tile We did that project about 5 or 6 years ago. All I know about the tile is that it is honed Carrara marble. We wish you the best of luck in finding something similar.
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Commented: Can I use your image in my blog page?Thanks Please feel free to use the photo.
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Commented: How durable is black soapstone as kitchen countertops Hi. Thank you for your question. Soapstone is softer than many other natural stones, such as granite and quartzite; therefore it is much easier to ding and scratch. As a matter-of-fact, I can almost g...
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Commented: Where can I buy a soapstone sink in Indiana? We make custom soapstone sinks here at our shop in Batesville, Indiana. Please contact me for more information and pricing. Contact info can be found at our website: www.thestonestudio.com
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Commented: beautiful! is this soapstone? It is called "Minas" soapstone--this variety is the traditional, soft soapstone from Brazil. Minas is a very light grey when untreated, but quickly becomes very black after use or oil. See p...
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Robin Carmer reviewed The Stone Studio