Stone World

Artisan Group Soapstone makes television debut

December 1, 2011
news
AUSTIN, TX — A recent episode of “House Crashers” on the DIY Network featured the team transforming the biggest Phillies fan’s boring basement into a Phillies mancave, including the use of the Artisan Group’s Saratoga Soapstone. The area was complete with 8 keg taps in the Saratoga Soapstone bar, an outdoor viewing area and an outdoor grill with a Saratoga Soapstone countertop. MLB Network Analyst and former MLB player, Mitch Williams, helped with the demolition and construction and even the Phillies Mascot, Phillie Phanatic, made an appearance. The show was also promoted on MLB.com and MLB Network.

Created purely by nature, Saratoga Soapstone is hand-selected in Brazil by Artisan Group skilled stone inspectors to ensure the utmost in quality. Soapstone is extremely durable and versatile, yet it exudes warmth and softness to the touch. This unique combination has made it the current material of choice for a variety of applications. Quarried naturally with absolutely no synthetics, Saratoga Soapstone is practically indestructible and adds elegance and enduring value to any project, especially those looking for a change of pace from traditional stone, reports the Artisan Group.