NATURAL TRAVERTINE STONE

Beautiful Travertine to place in your home

Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs. Travertine often has a fibrous or concentric appearance and exists in white, tan, cream-colored, and even rusty varieties.

What You Should Know About Travertine

Travertine is a type of stone most often used in architecture. The Colosseum, completed around 80 CE and still stands as one of the most significant buildings worldwide made from this material, contains travertines for its exterior cladding and an interior layer!

Today, travertine is prized for its durability and character-filled looks. It can be found in both formal flooring applications and more casual ones like countertops or backsplashes, to name just a few! This material also has an appealing natural look that goes with any decorating style you might have–from elegant living spaces all the way down to rustic outdoor patios where pavers are used instead of bricks because they’re easier on your feet when walking around them after swimming out there before mealtime.

Travertine is a stone that can be found worldwide, but its origins lie in Italy. The largest travertine quarries are located there because it’s such an iconic and renowned source for this type of material; however, you’ll also find them elsewhere, like Turkey, where they mined out many other locations to mine different kinds. Of sandstone from marble-like rocks too!

Travertine Is Very Durable

You may be surprised to learn that travertine is one of the most challenging stones on earth. It’s durable, stands up well against foot traffic, and won’t crack with temperature extremes, unlike some other types of tile, which can become damaged quickly if they are struck by something heavy or have grit tracked in by your pets. However, this stone invites scratches more than most others due to its honed/tumbled nature rather than the polished side. Don’t let them bother you because these lighter marks tend not to show when polishing off all visible dirt; from around the edges after cleaning thoroughly!

Travertine is a beautiful stone that can handle weather and age, but it’s also one of the most durable stones out there. If you want your patio or walkway looking as good as new year after year without having to seal every few months, then this material is perfect for you!

If you love the look of travertine, then Arena Marble has what your home needs. Contact us today to assist in making it feel like a palace with our wide selection and expertise that will exceed all expectations.

Travertine Is Very Durable

You may be surprised to learn that travertine is one of the most challenging stones on earth. It’s durable, stands up well against foot traffic, and won’t crack with temperature extremes, unlike some other types of tile, which can become damaged quickly if they are struck by something heavy or have grit tracked in by your pets. However, this stone invites scratches more than most others due to its honed/tumbled nature rather than the polished side. Don’t let them bother you because these lighter marks tend not to show when polishing off all visible dirt; from around the edges after cleaning thoroughly!

Travertine is a beautiful stone that can handle weather and age, but it’s also one of the most durable stones out there. If you want your patio or walkway looking as good as new year after year without having to seal every few months, then this material is perfect for you!

If you love the look of travertine, then Arena Marble has what your home needs. Contact us today to assist in making it feel like a palace with our wide selection and expertise that will exceed all expectations.

Travertine comes in a wide range of neutral colors.

You’ll find travertine pavers, slabs, and tiles in many soft neutrals such as ivory, gold beige brown rust peach. Typically, the color swirls throughout this stone, creating unique patterns that give it its timeless beauty. You won’t see with other stones like granite or wildly contrasting dark veins on lighter backgrounds that are characteristic of marble instead of most of the time. There will only be tone-on matched colors making for more understated designs.

For centuries, travertine has been used in many different ways. It’s often found near natural hot pools to create the appearance of rusticity and unevenness on its surface; however, these pits can accumulate dust or debris when not sanded down evenly with the stone itself. Most people fill their holes using an epoxy mixture before sanding it all smooth again!

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A FEW FACTS ABOUT TRAVERTINE

Travertine is a type of limestone formed in mineral springs

Travertine has been used in many ancient building all over the world

Travertine is mined using a variety of methods

Travertine is available in a wide variety of neutral colors

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