Tired of the granite in the kitchen? Then try soapstone!
Dark, dramatic and refreshing, in short, different! Soapstone is conquering the kitchen and this tendency continues to rise. And for a good reason. It is durable, resistant to high temperatures and stains, does not get scratched, but has one disadvantage: the soapstone gradually develops rusty rust like marble. But its pluses are even more: the soapstone looks beautiful in both kitchens and bathrooms, either as a remarkable kitchen splashback or as an eye-catching washbasin. If you are already feeling tempted or tempted, then you are ready to join us on the path towards soapstone application! We have a great picture gallery ready for you that undoubtedly confirms that soapstone can steal the show in a room in a casual way.
Soapstone is an attractive choice for warming up modern and industrial spaces. In this kitchen, the interior designers used soapstone countertops and lots of rustic wood to open up the way to stainless steel appliances.
In this Scandinavian style kitchen, the soapstone plate contrasts with the kitchen cabinets and shelves made of light wood. The non-porous material of the soapstone tiles is also resistant to numerous bacteria, fungi and molds, which means that it is perfectly suitable for this much-used family room.
Kitchen worktops in emerald green are exactly in the right place in this sun-drenched kitchen. As a natural material, soapstone comes in a limited range of colors, but homeowners can find it in gorgeous shades of gray, black, dark green, and gray-blue.
Soapstone will get darker over time. Ask your dealer or online for the care tips that include treating the natural material with oil or wax to maintain its color, grain and resilience.
Soapstone is just perfect as a material for a kitchen rear wall, as most of the panels have an attention-grabbing grain. Our photo example shows a great color combination on the kitchen back wall made of soapstone on a dark gray background, the white grain comes into its own. We call that eyecatching!
This super luxurious kitchen sink made of soapstone stands out here in the versions made of stainless steel and enamel. Since the sink is made of a natural mineral stone, you can wash your dishes there with warm water.
A medium gray soapstone plate was chosen for this kitchen, which goes well with the fine white Metro tiles. This is an attempt to successfully combine light and light furnishing elements with solid and dark ones in one room.
Soapstone is also widely used in bathrooms. These are actually ideal spaces to really bring out the natural beauty of this material. Convince yourself of this and see in the picture how the look and feel of this luxurious bathroom are in full harmony.
If you have traditional white kitchen cabinets and this look already seems boring to you, it’s easy to spice it up. In the picture it is shown a kitchen plate made of dark-colored soapstone makes the classic kitchen look much more beautiful and interesting. A light gloss finish refines the overall look in the room.
This contemporary kitchen – with the neatly lined, square sink, with the tastefully styled faucet – shows the current use of natural materials. Soapstone is currently very popular because of its diverse structure and pleasant colors.
This aesthetic image proves it: Soapstone worktops look just as good in a country kitchen as in a modern one. Skilfully paired with the copper pots loved by many house owners, with the charming wall design and the barn-like lighting, the soapstone countertops look perfect.
This modern kitchen shows a purposeful mix of materials that go well together. The black soapstone goes very well with the black window frames, while a light stone worktop on the kitchen island makes the spacious kitchen light and airy.
This light-filled kitchen is really remarkable with the thick graphite soapstone top, which appears to be perfectly color-coordinated with the black window frames. Elegant hanging lights and metal chairs with fur throws round off the chic look.
And we’re closing today with this elegant washbasin made of graphite-colored soapstone. The natural material is staged here and its wide range of uses in the bathroom are beyond doubt.
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