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His grandfather was the foreman at the soapstone plant in Schuyler, Va., when architects traveled there from Philadelphia in the 1960s to get stone to replace the front and back steps at Independence Hall.
The rooms match the entry's sleek and sensual vibes, with inviting soapstone bathtubs, rich wood furniture and crisp white linens.
With its soapstone sink, walk-in pantry and cabinetry of varying sizes and types, the kitchen looks and feels like a part of the original home—a rarity in many historical houses, which so often have had their kitchens modernized several times over.
The windowsills are now topped with a soapstone surface, and the floor lamp is a vintage Sonneman.
Natural stones include granite, soapstone and quartzite (just as lovely as marble).
The pictures represented all types of works including soapstone, alabaster, African wonderstone, wood, whalebone, ivory, grass.
Kluger said that the look is similar to vintage soapstone.
Japanese gas grills have been fitted into the sleek matte soapstone surface of every table, where customers will cook their own meat.
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Definition of soapstone for English Language Learners
: a type of soft stone that feels like soap
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