Travertine is a variety of limestone formed in pools, by the slow precipitation of hot, mineral-rich spring water. The “holes” characteristic of travertine is created when carbon dioxide bubbles became trapped as the stone is being formed. Travertine comes in a tumbled finish creating an uneven, natural looking rounded edge.

Travertine can be used in a variety of applications including paving, tiling, capping and pool coping (bullnose).

Like all Natural Stone, Travertine can be produced in a number of sizes and thicknesses, the most popular being 400mm x 400mm and 600mm x 400mm.

As a natural product colours will vary