Canadian Soapstone ™

Made in Canada - Mined in Canada

October 2013
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December 2012

Food Network's Nadia G and Bitchin Kitchen

Canadian Soapstone recently reached out to Montreal. Nadia G, host of Bitchin’ Kitchen was showing readers around her new kitchen as featured in Food Network Magazine.

The kitchen design along with the Soapstone took on a very modern and bold theme. This counter has no over hang, the intentional design gives a simple elegance. Back splash was slightly upgraded with solid 1 1/4” Soapstone running up the back side of the cabinetry. Using Soapstone on the back wall as back splash makes a strong statement, as marbling/veining starting in the countertop and continue running up the back wall.

Kudos Nadia! You have brought a modern touch and timeless quality into your new kitchen.


Scotch and Soapstone?

Scotch and Canadian Soapstone? A good combination? We might just have a drunken scotch fuelled rant to convince you.

We started supplying a local artisan, who produces Drink Pucks. Drink Pucks are take on ice cubes made from Soapstone. This creation is in the form of a small puck that will keep your Scotch or beverage of choice cold for up to 30 minutes. The advantage of Drink Pucks are you don’t experience ice melting and diluting your drink.

This excellent gift idea is available for purchase now.


Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

Selecting a variety of Soapstone isn’t an easy choice. We have grow up along side many fabricators who offer different varieties and occasionally try to pass off Canadian Soapstone as something else.

When you’re looking specifically for Canadian Soapstone please ask for a copy of the MSDS, (material safety data sheet), which will verify the authenticity of Canadian Soapstone. Or contact us and we will happily verify any type of Soapstone and ask for a sample.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but we think you should have the genuine article.