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Characterized by its dramatic banding and variegated coloring, Travertine is formed when calcium carbonate precipitates out of water. Its uses throughout history range from the Roman Colosseum to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica in Paris. While Travertine tends to be a relatively porous material, when properly sealed, it may be used for countertops (though not for kitchen countertops) and medium to heavy traffic commercial flooring.
Our broad product portfolio will help to achieve the perfect palette of colors, patterns and textures for your project. Contact your local Stone Source representative for more information or to visit a showroom near you.