Check out these stunning examples of the perfect Cooking Oasis!


From luxurious hotel inspired washrooms, to down to earth zen like spaces. You'll want to check this gallery out!


The heart of a families home, is where the heat is shared.


The PA ORIGINAL slabs are here and ready to be viewed!!! Stay tuned to the website for more slab photos!


  • Soapstone Kitchen “behind the scenes”

    This material is called PA ORIGINAL. All these snapshots of the stone before its oiled! It really is that dark, its almost a navy blue more so than black. This soapstone is a harder variety coming from Brazil. Stay tuned […]

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  • NEW Soapstone coming soon!

    We are expecting a full container of Black Moon slabs, coming in approx July 27th, 2015. We are also getting in more PA ORIGINAL slabs in the middle of August.  Stay tuned for photos!
    More Black Moon slabs, coming July 27, […]

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  • Soapstone is the NEW ORANGE!

    This is our lovely Forest/Pia variety. Its a current favorite among our soapstone lovers!
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  • Soapstone & Geometric designs

    Rectangle cubes Geometric shaped tile rug Farmhouse Brick Herringbone Brick Herringbone Herringbone shower tile Ornate tile floor Bright cube colored floor
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  • Marble Kitchens paired with BLUE cabinetry!

    Whether its Royal, Navy or powder Blue. We are loving these tones! Especially with gold, bronze or brass fixtures!!
    Butcher block & marble
    Cherry & Slate
    Fuchsia bohemian ikat rug
    White & Blue cabinetry
    White subway, dark grout
    Brass cup pulls
    Beach wood cabinets
    Maple flooring
    High ceiling
    Dark Navy
    Bridge […]

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  • Beginning stages of oiling Soapstone

    Did you know that the first day of applying oil or wax to your soapstone will most likely be green? Don’t worry, this won’t last. It takes a day to oxidize the surface. The photo shows the 1st day of oil, […]

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  • Soapstone

    We currently have 8 different colors of soapstone. It’s a classic stone material with truly remarkable characteristics. This stone is pleasing to the touch with its soft soap-like feel, hence its name “Soapstone” which is due to its composition of […]

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    ARABESQUE (2 LEFT) BLACK MOON (9 LEFT) CINZA (6 LEFT) CINZA VERDE (2 LEFT) MIRASOL BLACK (16 LEFT) MIRASOL PIA (13 LEFT) PA ORIGINAL (7 LEFT) SYMPHONY (2 LEFT) Note: These quantites are “as of 4/15/2015”. Please call/email with questions regarding the availability. All 8 of our varieties!
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  • Soapstone oiling tip

    Oiling your Kitchen Countertops
    This is brilliant! Use a paint pad to spread your mineral oil or wax, so you don’t get your hands all greasy!! The oil dries up a little quicker around your sink, where there is sitting water, […]

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  • Is it Carrara or Carrera?

    You’d be surprised to see how often people misspelled this gorgeous stone! We hate to admit it, but its a bit of a pet peeve of ours. So we’re here to straighten out the confusion. The spelling and pronunciation is […]

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  • Soapstone combined with Marble countertops

    Traditional Kitchen 

    Traditional Kitchen by Matthews Architects & Designers Graydesign Architecture, PA.

    Beach Style Kitchen by Boston General Contractors Cape Associates, Inc.

    Modern Kitchen by Troy Kitchen & Bath Fixtures Troy Cabinetmakers

    Traditional Kitchen by Saratoga Springs Design-Build Firms Witt Construction

    Midcentury Kitchen by San […]

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  • Kitchens with Soapstone & Butcher block/wood

    Eclectic Kitchen by New York Architects & Designers Dufner Heighes Inc

    Traditional Kitchen by Philadelphia Architects & Designers Rasmussen / Su Architects

    Contemporary Kitchen by Other Metro Kitchen & Bath Designers Kitchen Choreography

    Farmhouse Kitchen by Millbrook Architects & Designers Crisp Architects

    Farmhouse Kitchen […]

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  • Behind the scenes

    Here are a few behind the scene photos of a stone mason from Michael Homchick Stoneworks, fabricating kitchen countertops out of Black Moon Soapstone. It shows where fabricators normally put the seam (if you have to have one). They put it […]

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  • Bookmatched Arabesque Soapstone

    These have been a popular variety lately. In the past years, “no veining” was often requested. But in the last six months, people have requested “more veining”. This variety is known as Arabesque from Mirasol Soapstone. It also has an […]

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We have many happy customers.

We are here for you, every step of the way.

"We were in the market for soapstone and had driven by the shop many times and finally decided to take a look at their product. Cheris, who manages the store was extremely helpful in explaining the pros and cons of soapstone, showing us examples of kitchen installs they had completed and assisting us in locating the right slabs. Loved her always positive energy and communication skills ensuring we were happy. We were then turned over to the fabrication/installation side where Tera continued the fabulous customer service ensuring the design layout was to our specifications. The installation team did a great job keeping our home clean throughout the install and were great in making on site changes that came up. We would absolutely recommend that if your in the market for soapstone, this is where you shop."

Buckwheat4 ~ Stanwood, WA

"Crocodile Rocks was fantastic to work with. Cheris was helpful and knowledgable about the stone slabs and can skillfully move stone slabs safely and quickly to allow for a complete assessment of each piece. Great sense of humor, as well! Crocodile Rocks was very well priced compared some of the larger stone companies in the region with ample selection of fine stone slabs. They also were more than willing to hold multiple slabs for me as a kitchen remodel was taking shape without pressure to get it out of there ASAP. I recommend CR to anyone, from designers to builders to end consumers. They rock!"

Cullen Brady ~ Bainbridge Island, WA

"While doing a kitchen remodel, I did not want polished granite and so was looking for alternatives, such as soapstone, quartz or honed granite. After some preliminary research, I visited several stone suppliers. At Crocodile Rocks I found a large supply of soapstone (as well as other stones) and met Cheris, who was so knowledgeable about the soapstone. I returned several times with questions. She always took time to be sure I was satisfied. I was given small samples to take home to view in the room being remodeled. When I only needed a partial slab, she arranged a slab share for me. Extremely happy with the service provided and would recommend highly."

Aasalsa ~ Seattle, WA