Osso Travertine

A beige travertine. Soft grey and beige combine to create a series of alluring watery bands. It appears as layers of settled sediment.

Osso Travertine

A beige travertine. Soft grey and beige combine to create a series of alluring watery bands. It appears as layers of settled sediment.

Silver Travertine

Stately Silver Travertine follows a straight line – myriad straight lines, in fact, across its bold field, like the
grooves in a vinyl record. Its music is as symphonic as it is serene.

Stormy Grey Travertine

This travertine is like an Italian snakeskin. Layers of various sediment create a perfect storm.

Classic Ivory Cross Cut

Classic Light Travertine is a creamy beige. Cloudy formations look like milky foam topped across its cafe au lait ground.

Classic Ivory Vein Cut

Classic Light Travertine is a creamy beige. Straight-veined classic travertine, milky foam spilt across its cafe au lait ground.

Durango

A travertine that reminds you a cool desert sand. Windswept dunes, sun-bleached palm fronds.

Alabestrino

An even toned travertine- Alabestrino is known for it’s light beige color and more subtle distinction between layers. This classic stone will add clout to your project.

Travertino Light

A light classic stone with earthy layers characteristic to travertine. Subtle layers move into each other like waves on a calm sea.

Navona Travertine

A fluffy beige with light veins and earthy flecks. Navona is a creamy travertine with layers flowing into one another.

Travertine Roman Classico

One of the longest used and most famous travertines. The magnificent Roman Travertine was used to build masterpieces such as the Colosseum, the Theater of Marcellus and St. Peter’s Basilica.

Travertino Roman

One of the longest used and most famous travertines. The magnificent Roman Travertine was used to build masterpieces such as the Colosseum, the Theater of Marcellus and St. Peter’s Basilica.

Silver Travertine

Stately Silver Travertine follows a straight line – myriad straight lines, in fact, across its bold field, like the
grooves in a vinyl record. Its music is as symphonic as it is serene. A classic in the Travertine realm

Travertino Silver

Stately Silver Travertine follows a straight line – myriad straight lines, in fact, across its bold field, like the
grooves in a vinyl record. Its music is as symphonic as it is serene. A classic in the Travertine realm.

Travertine Rosso

Red travertine is rich with color. It’s like the surface of mars, you can feel the heat from the sun (in this case, the earth’s core).

Golden Travertine

Golden Travertine- it’s overall appearance is a golden yellow. Bright as a harvest moon behind a wisp of cloud, luminous and restful.

Travertine Noce

Travertino Noce is an warm earthy travertine. It’s light veins effortlessly drift across the canvas. A classic Italian travertine.

Travertine Stormy Grey

This travertine is like an Italian snakeskin. Layers of various sediment create a perfect storm. Warm tones mixed in with different shades of grey make this stone wild and desirable.

Titanium Cross Cut

Like a storm off of Saturn. Gases and metals are swished around this storm to create a magnificent mess of colors. Not your classic travertine, but it will sure make a statement.

Titanium Travertine

Like a storm off of Saturn. Gases and metals are swished around this storm to create a magnificent mess of colors. Not your classic travertine, but it will sure make a statement.

Travertine Titanium Bronze

Like a storm off of Saturn. Bronze rings decorate the planet as gases and metals are swished around this storm to create a magnificent mess. This travertine possesses a deep brown tone.