Travertine Pattern Showcasing the Elegance of Natural Stone

Your choice of raw materials to decorate your home with does a lot to raise its overall style and ambiance. Luxurious materials captivate and they work to enhance the perceived value of your home and actually increase your home’s marketability. Travertine is one of the most popular finishes that designers recommend for different areas within a property. There are countless ways that you can use travertine tiles and patterns throughout your home interiors. Travertine pavers also make the perfect choice of materials for outdoor installations, ranging from your driveway to your pool deck.

Travertine is an extremely versatile material that can be used not only as flooring and paving material, but as bathroom walls, patio deck, and even kitchen backsplashes. Using various patterns, you will find even more luxurious ways to decorate your home with this stunning natural stone. French and ashlar patterns are popularly used for flooring and paving, while diamond designs are ideal for wall tiling. There are also other designs that make an excellent choice for flooring and pavement applications like Herringbone and twins patterns, while pool decks will look elegant in circle and herringbone inserted patterns. Travertine is also a great material for creating custom designs because unlike other natural stone and tiling materials, it can easily be cut and shaped to the desired dimensions to fit the design.

Travertine is closely related to limestone and marble, coming from the same natural stone family with similar sedimentary properties. When selecting travertine for indoor or outdoor use, make sure that you choose colors and styles that match your surroundings well. Patterns and designs are not hard to achieve as travertine tiles and pavers are available in all kinds of shapes and sizes, ranging from small mosaic tiles to large slabs for various types of applications and designs.

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