Using travertine is a beautiful way to cover floors and walls. There are plenty of other applicable uses for travertine as a materials option. Its unique texture looks very natural, and travertine is neutral in color selection.
Origins of Travertine
Mineral spring deposits leave behind a certain slightly bumpy and porous texture over time. The texture is unique to travertine, and nothing else looks as interesting and beautiful. It’s available mostly in earthy hues of light and dark beige, brown, sienna, and tan. Most often, travertine is used as a tile that is available in various cut to fit sizes.
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Travertine feels modern and classic.
There is no way to go wrong when choosing the color or particular type of travertine tile shape. Usually, the tile is rather standard in size and shape, but customizations are possible thanks to the relative texture and weight of the material.
Travertine has been around for a while. Its use is believed to be one of the oldest building methods out there. It takes a long time to form a unique texture rock, so it is actually like having a piece of natural history.
Travertine doesn’t look trendy or go out of style.
The ageless charm of travertine does add a certain sense of maturity to outdoor spaces. The marble-like patterns of swirling color are set off by a matte look texture. Its attention-grabbing organic feel will stand up well to usual wear and tear for many years.
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The overall use of travertine enables spaces to look more mysterious. Its subtle charm adds a sense of harmony thanks to a certain haze of variable color. Buffed and flattened stone are offering a slightly floaty appearance due to the irregularly pebbled texture and naturally occurring pores.
Natural variations of color and texture stand up to wear and tear.
Travertine can be sealed for added protection or if the overall texture and feel of natural travertine are too raw and organic looking for space. The color and texture variations are part of what makes it beautiful, but this also enables the surface to offer greater durability.
It will stand up to time regardless of whether or not a sealant is used on the surface. Travertine should last several decades and is likely not to experience damage from usual foot traffic and weather exposure.
Considering its age and natural structure, it is needless to say that there will be some leniency for broken tiles or cracks on the surface. Extra tiles are good to have on hand just in case.
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