Travertine Natural Stone
Travertine Natural Stone
Travertine is from the marble family, but falls between limestone and marble; with its traits differentiating it in both formation and colour.
Travertine is available in greys, white and tan, and in some instances, in a warm, rusty colour, this beautifully smooth and dense stone is used in many homes and structures around the world. The Colosseum is a true testament to its durability. Contact us to order yours.
Internal Uses for Travertine
Sawn into tiles and slabs, travertine is resistant to heat, staining and scratching. Traventine can be honed, polished, tumbled and chiselled; giving it a polished, glossy and rustic style that complements any traditional or contemporary setting.
Travertine is a form of limestone formed from calcium carbonate, which is deposited from the water of mineral hot springs.
Small pockets or voids are a characteristic of the material, which ultimately gives it that unique look and its striking appeal. The world of interior design and architecture has long had a fascination with this stone using it in an array of different ways throughout history.
Whether you are looking for stylish travertine slab countertop, benchtop, wall cladding, beautiful flooring, elegant walkways or a versatile building material that can withstand the harsh outdoor elements, silver travertine is the answer. Our experienced team has extensive knowledge about travertine and its most suitable uses.
A firm favourite with property developers and interior designers, the finest silver travertine slabs play a big role in the development of commercial and residential properties. The beautiful natural elements of travertine make each slab unique, and with the right finish your floor, wall or shopfront will take on a luxurious look of its own.
Travertine is also a great option for your benchtop, the natural beauty of silver travertine slabs sets it apart from the rest.
Created and shaped by natural underground springs, travertine stone forms one step before the stone turns to marble. This striking stone is a stylish feature on benchtops, countertops, walls and floors, it can change the look & feel of the interior and exterior of any home or office.
Travertine is from the marble family, but falls between limestone and marble. Coveted for kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor cladding, travertine can be cut into slabs, or tiles it exudes an old-world charm, reminiscent of European cities.
With a natural sawn finish, travertine has a non-slip surface and is great for pools, courtyards, alfresco and common gathering areas. Another benefit that makes it a firm favourite is its lighter colour, which makes it heat-resistant, a big benefit particularly during the warmer months in Perth, when people prefer being barefoot.
External Uses for Travertine
The cladding specialists at Bernini Stone and Tile understand every customer’s need for uniqueness, and as such, our range of natural stone cladding for both interior and exterior walls is as varied and original.
Use stone cladding for a dramatic front entrance, or even a statement wall within the home. Or surround your fireplace or kitchen benchtops with cladding that says wow! There is a stone cladding material, design, and option for every home owner.
Natural stone cladding is both durable and versatile. The stone requires minimal maintenance and cleaning it is impeccably easy. Many developers and interior designers enjoy the ease of use of stone cladding, as well as the fact that it remains looking brand new for years on end.
Travertine garden paving has injected personality and beauty into the outdoor areas of many homes, complexes and commercial properties. A versatile stone that not only works in the garden but is also found in many contemporary buildings, where it is used as flooring, cladding, benchtops and even feature walls.