Travertine marble is a natural stone material commonly used for decorative purposes. With its natural beauty, unique patterns, and texture, travertine is a preferred choice in many interior and exterior designs.

Travertine is formed when limestone rocks combine underground and crystallize under pressure over time. The combination of minerals and natural processes enriches travertine with different color tones, patterns, and textures. Varieties of travertine with natural shades such as beige, cream, brown, and gray are widely used.

The natural appearance and durability of travertine make it suitable for various applications. For example, travertine slabs and tiles can be used in interior and exterior flooring, wall coverings, countertop surfaces, bathroom and kitchen designs, stairs, and ornamental pools.

Being a natural stone, travertine is unique in each piece. Patterns, veins, and voids are inherent characteristics of travertine, providing a different look in each application. Some types of travertine can have a smoother surface by filling the voids with filling materials.

Proper maintenance of travertine is also important. By using correct cleaning and protection methods, you can preserve the durability and appearance of travertine for a long time. Especially using natural stone cleaners and protective coatings can help extend the lifespan of travertine.

In addition to being an aesthetic and functional material, travertine is an environmentally friendly option. Travertine obtained from natural resources can be produced sustainably and recycled.

In conclusion, travertine marble is a striking material with its natural beauty and variety. When used in interior and exterior spaces, it creates an elegant and stylish atmosphere. The durability and natural character of travertine provide a long-lasting and impressive appearance.

Available Size

1,2cm 2cm 3cm
F.P. Set 30x60 F.P. Set
30,5x61 40x80 30,5x61
40,6x61 60x60 40,6x61
61x Desired Length 61x61
61x61 61x91,5

Available Surface

  • Honed
  • Polished
  • Brushed
  • Tumbled