At Travertine Warehouse, we sell travertine and marble tiles, pavers, coping and respective accessories. See the below given image and findout the versatility of travertine available at our website.
The most popular sizes for indoor Travertine Tiles are French Pattern, 12x12, 16X16 and 18x18. Larger sizes such as 24x24 travertine tiles are also gaining popularity among American Homes. Some homeowners even use travertine tiles for pool decks in order to cut down on the material cost, since tiles are usually cheaper than pavers.
Travertine Remodeling Copings can be placed on top of existing pool copings opposed to having to remove your current pool copings while remodeling your pool. Using remodeling pool copings can be more cost effective during your pool remodeling process but the drawback is that you can only remodel once. Should you decide to remodel again, obviously you'd have to remove the existing remodeling copings. In other words, you can not place a remodeling coping on top of another remodeling coping. Remodel Copings Come In Sizes Listed Below: *4x9x4 *12x12x4
What finish is applied to Travertine Products? Travertine products usually have the following finishes: Tumbled, Honed, Brushed, Filled, Filled & Honed, Chiseled, Bush Hammered, Polished Chiseled Travertine refers to the edges while all the other finishes refer to the actual surface. Combinations are also possible such as Chiseled & Honed, Chiseled & Brushed or Honed & Filled & Chiseled.
One of the things that surprises a lot of people is that natural stone can have a wide variance in color. This is true for the tones that are more vibrant and rich, the softer tones that lean closer to white like Ivory are less likely to have noticeable variation. Yet no two tiles or pavers are exactly alike. Some colors like Leonardo can have a wide variance from white to charcoal with lots of reds and creams streaking throughout the stone are extraordinarily beautiful and although the colors are the same the pattern is far from it. These stones are created by nature laying down layer upon layer of different materials. The material for travertine is calcium carbonate. In hot springs it precipitates and over millennia form into the stone we have today. There are a number...