Published at Monday, August 26th, 2019 - 14:31:21 PM. kitchen countertops. By Sydnee Lopez.
Although not as well known as granite or marble, soapstone has been used for countertops for many years. Another quarried stone, soapstone has a warm, milky appearance that allows it to complement other design features without overwhelming them. Soapstone is usually found in varying tones of whites and grays, and it lies in between granite and marble in terms of hardness—not as hard as granite, but less porous than marble. Soapstone is a somewhat rare material for countertops, making it a pricey option but one that some homeowners may enjoy for its uniqueness.
If you’ve got a stylish, modern house, you can do no better than to install a concrete countertop in the kitchen. While these monolithic beauties would look odd in a period house, they fit perfectly well into any home that heavily employs steel, glass, concrete (for floors or columns), or reclaimed wood. Yet, surprisingly enough, concrete can be finicky when used for countertops.
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