TRAVERTINE

Travertine Tiles

Due to its marble-like texture, travertine is often erroneously referred to as marble.

However, travertine, unlike marble and limestone, does not fall under the metamorphic rock category. Travertine is formed in hot springs, and the holes within the stone are caused by carbon dioxide evasion. The holes and cavities, often filled with synthetic resins or cement, are recognised as one of the distinctive characteristics of this stone. Today, travertine is commonly available in a tile form, made to add an alluring accent to the floor, feature wall, wall cladding, outdoor surfaces or even vanity countertop.

Marvel at the Beauty of Travertine Tiles

At Futar, you can find travertine tiles in a broad spectrum of earth tones, ranging from white, pale ivory, tans and beiges to rich shades of red and brown. This stone has unique features that no other stone can offer. It is nearly impervious to temperature fluctuations and does not trap as much heat in comparison to other stones available in the market. Thanks to that, travertine makes the perfect material for not only interior spaces but outdoor areas too. 

In our extensive range of catalogue, we also carry a series of distinctive travertine designs that comes with different marble-like finishes. Each travertine piece is ‘perfectly imperfect’, offering a one-of-a-kind and truly unique look, an inherent beauty of art that only mother nature can create. Compared to marble or granite, travertine draws a more subtle yet supreme dominance of earth to your properties with its soft palette of colours.

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