Soapstone Farmhouse Sink
Soapstone is impervious to chemicals, acid and water, making it an ideal material for sinks. Because of this, there's no reason to limit your thinking to the kitchen or bath, either. We've built sinks for butler pantries, laundry rooms, greenhouses, patios… even garages, if you can imagine that.
Soapstone farmhouse sink - Tap on the store's storehouse (apron sink) will definitely start your local fashion style. These traditional and rugged sinks really bring you back in time, around the 19th century. Over the years, modern home space is now made of the latest and more durable materials.
Soapstone Sinks & Countertops. Soapstone Sinks have been used for ages. Keeping with a true American tradition, Vermont Marble, Granite, Slate & Soapstone Co. is proud to recommend any one of our precisely crafted soapstone sinks.
A soapstone sink in Farmhouse apron front style. Beautifully cut stone natural light grey in your choice of light or heavy veining. Soapstone has been used since the 1800's and kitchen sinks made from this stone are not affected by chemicals, acids, or temperature.
To make your farmhouse sink stand out, you could choose a more rustic style instead. Sinks can be carved from natural stone and left unpolished to produce that natural, rustic finish. Soapstone is a great option for that rustic look. Mix and match with your countertops. You can have fun when choosing the material for your countertops and
Soapstone sinks are not only beautiful, they are extremely durable and built to last. You can still find beautiful old soapstone sinks in century homes. Greensville Soapstone Company offers a variety of soapstone sinks including single and double bowl apron/farmhouse style, undermount, vessel, laundry, bar and vanity sinks.