We explain how easy it is to achieve a light or dark soapstone, by deciding whether or not to oil or wax your soapstone and what it would look like in comparison. You can even pull up oil with vinegar or windex.Continue Reading... Comments Off on How to have a light gray soapstone
This gorgeous stone is a honed soapstone, installed in a lovely herringbone pattern. We’re lusting over this divine gold shower fixture, in a brushed finish too <3 We love mixing new with the old, the polished with the rustic. Keep designing and installing delicious natural stone tile people! .Continue Reading... Comments Off on Soapstone installed exquisitely in a lovely shower
This is a grey variety of Calacatta. It has an undertone of blue greyish in the overall background, with thin cream veining. It has an antique vibe about it. Our slabs are polished, but we can certainly have them honed at an additional charge. These are fairly small slabs, measuring 63″ x 50″. We have […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Calacatta Blue
This is a natural stone called Pietra Serena Sandstone. It is from Italy. It was actually the very first stone that #MICHELANGELO carved, because he was staying at his aunts house in Florence Italy and it was only stone around! Its a very popular choice, because it has the look of concrete, but the durablility […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on This is NOT concrete, this is SANDSTONE!