Natural sophistication and elegance
Travertine is from the marble family, but falls between limestone and marble; with its traits differentiating it in both formation and colour. 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.
Coveted for kitchens, bathrooms and outdoor cladding, it 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.
With impressive swirling patterns and extraordinary veins running through it, these hardy stones are naturally occurring in a warm tan, off-white cream, grey, or a subtle beige. We can enhance the colours, finish them to achieve various textures, and cut and shape them to suit your needs.
Beautifully manipulated and treated by our high calibre suppliers, the shaping and finishing will reveal the unique qualities buried just beneath the surface of travertine. Brought to the fore during the refining stages, the visual appeal of these stones becomes more apparent, giving you an idea of how wall and floor tiles will turn your bathroom and kitchen into luxurious and functional spaces.
While it’s obvious that limestone and travertine radiate luxury and sophistication, not only are they attractive to look at, but the stylized bathroom tiles, benchtop slabs and wall cladding add value to your home.
Sought after by homeowners, architects, interior designers and developers because of their value, they’re easy to maintain and clean, extremely durable in the harshest weather conditions, and become more attractive with age.
Sawn into tiles and slabs, limestone and travertine are resistant to heat, staining and scratching. They can be honed, polished, tumbled and chiselled; giving them a polished, glossy and rustic style that complements any traditional or contemporary setting.