Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (2022)

Welcome to our ultimate guide on beautiful soapstone countertops including a variety of kitchen design ideas.
Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (1)So you may be wondering exactly what are soapstone countertops? Soapstone has become an increasingly popular material of choice for kitchen counters due to its beauty and ease of use. Soapstone hails its name from it’s soap-like surface texture. Similar to granite or marble, soapstone is a natural material. Soapstone when used for kitchen countertops contains higher concentrations of quartz to help make it more durable for day to day use.

This stone naturally contains talc, so compared to other stones like quartz or granite, soapstone is a softer material, which is why soapstone with high talc content is a popular material for sculptors. For countertops, the soapstone with lower talc content are recommended as they are more suitable for for interior & architectural applications.

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Due to its natural beauty and durability soapstone is often used for applications such as countertops in the kitchen & bathroom, sinks and fireplace surrounds. Unlike many other counter types soapstone does not need to be sealed or stained, however many homeowners apply oil or wax to the surface at least twice a year to help keep it looking new.

Soapstone Countertops Pros and Cons

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (2)PROS:

  • Soapstone is non-porous, meaning unlike granite or other porous stones, you don’t need to seal this material constantly to keep it in shape.
  • Because this material is so dense and non-porous, it doesn’t hold bacteria, doesn’t stain, and is very easy to clean.
  • Unlike other materials with strict lists of cleaning agents that can be used, soapstone can easily be cleaned with soap and water or any all-purpose cleaner. Acids from lemons and other fruits won’t really affect the material.
  • You don’t need to seal this material. A layer food-grade mineral oil is enough to maintain its sheen
  • Easy to resand in case of chips or scratches
  • Because it is soft, you can easily carve-in or fabricate features such as a drainboard, or even make an integrated sink using a piece of soapstone.
  • Easy to DIY since you can cut it using diamond-tipped circular saw.
  • Heat-resistant – so there is no worry cracking its surface when you put a hot pan on top of it.
  • Can be used both indoors and outdoors

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (3)The combination of white cabinets, white marble and black soapstone, gold metal handles and raw wood perfectly creates this simple and relaxed mid-century modern kitchen look.


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  • Price – soapstone can cost as much as premium-grade granite countertops, which is a harder material
  • Its softness means it is prone to scratches and chipping (which can easily be remedied by sanding)
  • It only comes in 7′ or 84″ lengths, so this means you’ll have to have more seams on your counter if you have a long run.
  • It changes color over time – for some, it can be a pro instead of a con, but do keep it mind that soapstone naturally darkens over time. Adding mineral oil will help speed up this darkening process as well
  • Colors are limited

Soapstone Countertops Cost

Depending on where your soapstone is sourced and its talc content, soapstone can range from $45 to $85 per square foot. This cost will be affected depending on your location, installation cost (if you’re using professional installers), thickness of your slab, configuration and other special fabrication needs (adding drain-boards, openings for built-ins, etc.

Installed, soapstone can cost around $60 on up to $105 per square foot. They are comparable to the cost of high end granite.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (4)A thick slab of soapstone was used to achieve this floating kitchen island look. The bold white streaks on the soapstone seems to mimic the antiqued finish of the support legs/columns of the kitchen island.

Soapstone Countertops Colors

Soapstone naturally comes in very limited colors, mostly in the shades of gray. The veining of soapstones varies from quarry to quarry an can vary from small to large. Although some might contain hints of blue or green, the dominant colors are usually white, gray or black. Always keep in mind that soapstone naturally darkens over time, so take note of that when selecting your soapstone color.

Black Soapstone Countertops

Soapstones are commonly found in black color with varying vein sizes and patterns, depending on the quarry of your soapstone. Most dark gray soapstones will darken to black over time, so do keep that in mind.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (5)Unique dark veins adds a subtle pattern and detail to this black soapstone countertop. The dark surface easily complements the all white kitchen cabinets and white wall siding.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (6)Need softer edges? Soapstone is the way to go! Because soapstone is soft, it is easier to buff and soften its hard edges and corners. Rounding of edges and corners not only gives a different vibe, it also makes your kitchen safer for children and adults alike, because there’s less sharp points to accidentally hit.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (7)This French style kitchen features a unique combination of white kitchen cabinetry paired with black soapstone and butcher’s block countertops. The matte finish of the countertops aid in toning down the intricacy of the details of the cabinets, giving the kitchen a more contemporary feel.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (8)Some soapstone counters, like this kitchen peninsula design, have very little/subtle grain patterns. In time, or when applied with layers of mineral oil, it could become dark enough that it almost looks all-black.

White Soapstone Countertops

Don’t expect a pristine white like quartz on soapstones. Most of white-background soapstones will have varying amounts of gray veins scattered along, so it would appear more light-gray overall than white. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to find a slab that has more white than gray.

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Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (9)This kitchen island has a gorgeous white soapstone countertop with light gray veining.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (10)This modern kitchen design features gray cabinetry paired with all white soapstone counters.

Green Soapstone Countertops

Finland green soapstones are famous for this green talc color that gives that green tint to the soapstone. They come in varying shades of green as well.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (11)While most soapstone comes in various shades of gray, white and black, you can also find soapstone slabs with hints of green undertones like this Finland green soapstone counters. It has a unique and striking white vein patterns that makes the countertop surface pop-out a little better against the wooden cabinetry.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (12)This French-inspired kitchen definitely maximized the use of space and storage for this kitchen design. The bold white streaks on the dark green soapstone countertop add a striking accent to the large slab used on the kitchen island.

Gray Soapstone Countertops

Gray soapstone often has striking white veins that look impressive and can provide a lighter backdrop. They can be used for island countertops, waterfall countertops and backsplash with great results.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (13)This kitchen uses gorgeous gray slabs of soapstone on the kitchen island, countertop and even the backsplash. The gorgeous white vein details against the gray countertop surface adds a more modern feel to the traditional style kitchen.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (14)Dark Gray soapstone perfectly matches with the the white and gray marble subway tiles and also stands-out well against the all-white kitchen cabinets.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (15)White farmhouse style kitchen cabinets combined with dark gray soapstone counters and backsplash create a very bold contemporary look that is both avant-garde and timeless.

Faux Soapstone Countertops

If you like the look of soapstone but don’t want to deal with the constant dents and scratches, then making a faux soapstone counter might be the best solution. First off, you can also consider soapstone which were already mixed with quartz. These alternative makes the soapstone harder, and therefore more suitable for kitchen counter use.

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Otherwise, if you’re on a tight budget, you can just make a faux soapstone. There are different possible materials to do this, but among the popular ones are through laminates (can look obvious), using paint or using epoxy. If you’re DIY’ing, choose the method that best matches your current equipment and skill-set!

There are also many types of quartz countertops which can provide a similar appearance to soapstone.

Caring for Soapstone Countertops

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (16)The non-porous quality of soapstone makes it easy to clean as it does not hold stains. Any minor nicks or scratches can also be rectified by light sanding and a layer of food-grade mineral oil. Since this material doesn’t need to be sealed, an occasional sanding and mineral oil is all that is needed to maintain this material.

DIY Soapstone Countertops

As soapstone is a soft material, it’s easier to cut than most other countertop surface materials, so it will save you costs if you have basic DIY knowledge. Here’s our simple recommended DIY method for cutting soapstone:

  1. Use a thin sheet of plywood to serve as a cut-out template. This way, any measurement mistakes will be minimized (and will be lest costly!). Once you get the plywood cut-outs finished, you can use these measurements as the cutting guide for the soapstone.
  2. Use a knife to score/mark the edges on the soapstone, using your plywood template as guide.
  3. Prepare your cutting table/surface. Make sure it is level to avoid chipping and damage to your stone.
  4. Use a circular saw or a jigsaw and attach diamond-tipped blades. Don’t forget to cover the sides of the saw blade with tape to avoid damaging the stone.
  5. Wear your safety gear and proceed cutting at half the thickness of the stone, the cut the remaining depth after. Bboth wet and dry cutting is possible.
  6. Sand the edges of the sandstone, starting with an 80-grit, increasing the grit gradually to smooth the surface.
  7. Optional: Add a layer of mineral oil to add sheen and darken the soapstone.

Soapstone Outdoor Countertops

For outdoor applications, soapstone is still a good choice. Its non-porous surface is ideal for the outdoors, as it will not absorb bacteria in its pores. This also makes it more resistant to moisture and weather-related damages.

Just always keep in mind that soapstone is softer than other common materials like granite, so do keep away from hard, heavy objects or any areas that exposes it to possible surface impacts, as the soapstone is easily chipped and dented.

Where to Buy Soapstone Countertops

Depending on your location, soapstone availability and types would vary. Most builder & hardware stores that carry other stones such as granite, would also probably have soapstone.

You can also search for soapstone or natural stone stores/specialists in your area for more selections and detailed recommendations and installation guides. Many stone suppliers can also deliver and accept orders online, so if time and convenience is an issue, a simple internet search will give you a list of suppliers around your area.

Soapstone Kitchen Countertop Ideas

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (17)This stunning kitchen design features black soapstone countertops and backsplash contrasting with a white marble island with gray base cabinet. The main kitchen cabinets are all in white with a rich wood flooring throughout the layout.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (18)The soft sheen of the black soapstone used on the main countertop is a nice contrast to the shiny surface of the beige quartz used on the kitchen island top. The black also adds a nice depth and color contrast since most of the space uses white or light shades of brown/beige.

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Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (19)This kitchen walks the line between light and dark with black soapstone countertops paired with a white soapstone counter island. The island itself has a dark gray base cabinet while the main kitchen cabinets are white. A white Arabesque tile backsplash helps to add cohesiveness and keep things looking bright.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (20)Rustic sage green definitely adds a cool and funky pop to this all white kitchen set-up, with the addition of black soapstone countertops to complete the simple yet bold look of this kitchen space.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (21)Can’t decide between soapstone and marble? Why not use both? Soapstone and marble both have that soft look and looks good in any space, whether in more traditional or more modern spaces!

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (22)This white kitchen features black soapstone countertop all throughout the kitchen paired with mosaic marble backsplash to add a little pattern and texture to the walls.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (23)Since the majority of the kitchen uses weathered wood and other variations of wood finishes, the dark and solid color of the black soapstone in the kitchen island is a welcome contrast to the otherwise muted palette of the space.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (24)It’s just lovely to see how the old architectural elements/finishes are kept intact in this kitchen design, giving it more personality. The old bricks and wood definitely helps add a rustic element to the simple white and black theme of the kitchen that uses white cabinetry and black soapstone.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (25)Old and weathered hardwood floors and wooden beams look grungy and bold, but is toned down with the combination of white cabinets and soapstone counters. The addition of natural oak barstools helps add a little warmth to the space.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (26)Soapstone counters are definitely one of the best go-to materials if you’re going for that clean Scandinavian look. The signature matte white cabinets definitely works well with the subtle sheen of the black soapstone countertop.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (27)Since the kitchen flooring of this design already uses black slate, the soapstone used for the countertop is light gray instead of the usual darker shades. The subtle gradation of colors gives a more balanced and a more dynamic feel to the minimalist design of the space.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (28)The soapstone used in this kitchen has a very unique swirly pattern that by itself serves as the focal point of the whole kitchen-living space.

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Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (29)This kitchen features a lovely gray soapstone breakfast bar island with two tiered design for meal preparation and bar stool height seating.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (30)One of the additional advantages of soapstone is that you can make a sink using the same material as well as carve a drainboard on it. This example shows a kitchen sink made out of the same soapstone material as the counters, as well as a carved drainboard by the sink to help maintain a neat and dry counter.

Soapstone Countertops (Ultimate Guide) – Designing Idea (31)Complementing the small, well-planned white kitchen space are black soapstone countertops. The counters and cabinets were custom-built to fit perfectly in the small space while still providing ample space and storage for functional use. See more gray and white kitchen designs here.


How thick should soapstone countertop be? ›

For kitchen soapstone countertops, we recommend using 1-1/4″ thick soapstone which, unlike thinner material, doesn't require a sub-base on your cabinets. Most backsplash material is made of 1-1/4″ thick soapstone.

What colors do soapstone countertops come in? ›

Natural soapstone colors can range from grey, green or black to a bluish-grey hue. Some soapstone options, like our grey soapstone here at Cosmos SurfacesTM, feature white swirls and dramatic veining patterns. This makes soapstone a worthwhile contender for aesthetic natural stones like granite and marble.

Is soapstone timeless? ›

Because it lasts forever and offers a timeless look you don't have to worry much about your soapstone counters becoming dated. Soapstone looks amazing with all different types of cabinets, from the stark white cabinets you'd find in a traditional or farmhouse kitchen, to stained wood cabinets in a variety of styles.

How do I choose a soapstone countertop? ›

Soapstone is typically found in whites, grays, greens, and blacks, many with intricate veining. If you are looking for a vibrant or unique color counter, soapstone may not be the best choice. Treat the soapstone with oil recommended by the vendor for a smooth, dark sheen.

Is soapstone high maintenance? ›

Because it requires no sealing, soapstone is relatively low-maintenance. With minimum care, your new countertop can retain its good looks for many years. Enhance your counter's natural darkening progression by applying mineral oil to the surface every week or two and rubbing it in thoroughly.

Can you put hot pans on soapstone? ›

Soapstone is both chemical resistant and heat resistant, so you can set hot pots and pans directly on soapstone without risk of cracking or scorching. Soapstone is much softer and more prone to scratching than granite or quartz however, so preparing food directly on your soapstone counters could easily scratch it.

Is soapstone cheaper than quartz? ›

Prices fluctuate based on the style, where you purchase, and the origin, but expect to pay a bit more for soapstone than quartz. According to HomeAdvisor, Soapstone costs between $20 and $70 per square foot for the material, and quartz costs between $15 and $70.

Does soapstone crack easily? ›

Durability. Since soapstone countertops do not crack easily, they are more durable than other countertops made of natural stone. Its non-porosity feature also means that your soapstone countertops can serve you for a long period without requiring sealing.

Does all soapstone turn black? ›

Over time, soapstone naturally darkens in color. However, some people opt to speed the darkening process along by using mineral oil. Once the oil has been applied, you can expect to see the colors change to a dark gray or even a black.

Does all soapstone turn green? ›

Yes, the majority of imported soapstones have a greenish cast, and will turn a deep green when waxed or oiled. However, there is one variety (and it happens to be American) that you can count on to keep its sought after grey color.

Can soapstone get wet? ›

If moisture gets inside natural stone, it weakens the strength properties of almost all types of stone. If a stone gets wet unevenly, it can bend. Soapstone's high density prevents moisture and chemicals from entering the stone, and it is therefore not prone to the previously-mentioned problems.

Is soapstone cheaper than granite? ›

Soapstone costs roughly $70 to $120 per square foot installed, making it pricier than many other natural stone countertop materials. Also a high-quality natural stone, granite will not cost you as much soapstone. The material typically costs in the range of $40 to $100 per square foot installed.

Is quartz better than soapstone? ›

Soapstone is durable and heat-resistant, just like quartz and granite. Like quartz, soapstone is also non-porous — but unlike quartz, soapstone is naturally non-porous, so you do not need to worry about staining at all. There are no compounds that could get damaged and discolored.

Is soapstone dated? ›

Because it lasts forever and offers a timeless look, your new soapstone countertops will never become dated. It looks stunning with all different types of cabinets, from the stark white cabinets in a traditional or farmhouse kitchen to stained wood cabinets in any style.

How do you get scratches out of soapstone? ›

Soapstone, being softer than granite and marble, is also more prone to scratches. The great advantage is that any scratches can be easily removed with a light sanding and/or mineral oil. Light scratches can be hidden by lightly applying some mineral oil.

Can you use Clorox wipes on soapstone? ›

Believe it or not, bleach will not harm it either. However, Bleach is not needed, since the soapstone's natural high density will not harbor bacteria of any kind. Simple soapstone and water or vinegar and water. Will work wonderfully well and clean any surface bacteria just as well as bleach or harsh cleaners.

Does soapstone emit radon? ›

Limestone, soapstone, and marble countertops do not pose a radon concern, according to Kitto. If you have granite countertops and want to test them for radon, place a short-term home radon test kit near the granite and another kit in the basement or lowest usable level of the home.

Should you seal soapstone? ›

Thanks to its mineral composition and nonporosity, there is no need for soapstone to be sealed to keep moisture, bacteria and food particles from penetrating its surface, as is often required for porous stones such as granite and marble.

How often should you oil soapstone countertops? ›

When you've got a brand new soapstone countertop, it's worth rubbing it down a day after installation. Before doing so, allow your counter to settle for a day so the silicon can set and dry. After that, you should plan to oil your stone once every month or when your counters start to get too light.

What is the most durable countertop? ›

Quartz takes first place in terms of durability. Made of crushed quartz stone mixed with polymers and resin, this artificially engineered stone countertop is an extremely durable surface that resembles natural stone.

Is soapstone cheaper than marble? ›

Unless you choose one of the more exotic varieties of marble, you can expect to pay between $60 and $85 per square foot for marble countertops. Soapstone countertops cost between $70 and $120.

What is the best countertop for your money? ›

Quartz is probably the simplest choice to create a fashionable countertop on a budget. While dramatic patterns or colors in Quartz can sometimes be pricey, its consistent look makes it a quick and easy option to upgrade your surfaces.

Whats the least expensive countertop? ›

Laminate Countertops

Generally the most affordable countertop material available, laminate is made from layers of plastic bonded to particleboard to form a solid surface. Preformed counters with a built-in backsplash come in a limited range of colors and patterns.

How do you maintain soapstone? ›

Since soapstone is nonporous, it resists bacteria and doesn't stain. It's chemically neutral, which means that acidic foods like lemon juice won't cause blemishes or the etching you get with marble. And it's heat-resistant, so no scorch marks. Usually, all you need to clean it is a sponge dipped in soapy water.

Does soapstone have asbestos? ›

Serpentine, soapstone, and greenstone may contain asbestos, which can cause asbestosis, lung cancer, mesothelioma, and stomach and intestinal cancers. During chipping and other carving, flying chips and pieces of rock may cause eye injury.

What does the S stand for in soapstone? ›

SOAPSTone (Speaker, Occasion, Audience, Purpose, Subject, Tone) is an acronym for a series of questions that students must first ask themselves, and then answer, as they begin to plan their compositions.

Are soapstone countertops worth it? ›

Soapstone countertops aren't for everyone, but they can be every bit as good as other natural stone countertops without some of the cleaning hassles. Soapstone doesn't have the variety of options like other countertops but it can prove much more functional in a kitchen space.

What happens if you don't oil soapstone? ›

Without oiling, the wear on the stone will be uneven, and the stone will darken more quickly in the areas that get the most wear. This stone is ever evolving, so if you want your countertops to always be a uniform color, soapstone is not the material for you.

Can I use olive oil on soapstone? ›

Walnut oil is one of these. Despite increased popularity, it does not optimize the look and feel of soapstone, and it's allergenic. Additionally, do not use the common household olive oils: they will go rancid and start to smell.

Are there different grades of soapstone? ›

Depending on the amount of talc in the slab, soapstone is graded into high talc (artistic grade) and low talc (architectural grade) varieties. If you are purchasing soapstone for your house, it is essential to purchasing architectural grade soapstone, which is best for kitchen and bath countertop purposes.

What is the lightest color soapstone? ›

Minas soapstone is grey, one of the lightest soapstone varieties available with its light color coming from its high talc content. This high talc content also makes Minas a softer soapstone with a sensual quality that makes it wonderful to touch.

Is soapstone better than granite? ›

Soapstone is nearly impervious to staining. This is in sharp contrast to granite and marble, which can be stained quite easily. Scratches and dents can be sanded out of the stone, much the way Corian and other solid-surface materials can be repaired.

What kind of mineral oil do you use for soapstone? ›

Linseed Oil / Beeswax

A combination of linseed oil and beeswax will also enhance the deep rich colour of soapstone, and will reduce the need for multiple applications of mineral oil. Simply apply linseed oil and beeswax with a cloth*, allow it to set for a few hours, and then wipe dry.

Can you use vinegar on soapstone? ›

Avoid using vinegar, citrus, or harsh chemical cleaners on soapstone. Cleaning products containing strong acids are a particularly big no-no. These can actually eat away at the soft stone over time, robbing it of its luster and leaving it vulnerable to serious damage like etching, pitting, or breaking.

How do you make soapstone shiny? ›

Polishing Soapstone with oil

Using a soft cloth, wipe on a light coat of boiled linseed oil. Tung oil or Danish oil can also be used. Do not apply heavy coats or the oil will become gummy and hard to polish. Wipe off the excess oil and allow drying.

Does soapstone show fingerprints? ›

That's not to say that honed stones are blemish-free; some honed stones will show oil from fingerprints, and dark polished stones will show everything: fingerprints, spills, crumbs.

How thick is a slab of soapstone? ›

The most common size of a soapstone slab is approx 70” x 118” and 3cm (1-1/4” thick).

Do soapstone countertops scratch easily? ›

Soapstone is a relatively soft material, and it will scratch. Soapstone is primarily composed of the mineral talc, the softest mineral there is. The talc content of a given slab of soapstone dictates just how easily it can be scratched during everyday use.

Is soapstone cheaper than granite? ›

Soapstone costs roughly $70 to $120 per square foot installed, making it pricier than many other natural stone countertop materials. Also a high-quality natural stone, granite will not cost you as much soapstone. The material typically costs in the range of $40 to $100 per square foot installed.

Does soapstone need to be sealed? ›

Thanks to its mineral composition and nonporosity, there is no need for soapstone to be sealed to keep moisture, bacteria and food particles from penetrating its surface, as is often required for porous stones such as granite and marble.


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