VeinCut Silver Travertine


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Why use Smiling rock’s Travertine

Looks, strength, and long-lasting quality are the hallmarks of travertine flooring:

300 x 600 x 12 mm Honed Finished

  • Travertine is Stylish
  • Travertine is Subdued
  • Travertine is very Durable
  • Travertine is easy to repair after install

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Advantages of Travertine Tile Flooring

Looks, strength, and long-lasting quality are the hallmarks of travertine flooring:

  • Stylish: This is one of the oldest building materials in existence, and its presence in a flooring installation can add a sense of age and prestige to the environment. At the same time, it has an inherently dominant energy that draws attention in a subtle, subdued way, with mild tones found swirling in its hazy, shifting surface effects. Each piece is also a nature-formed work of earth art, making any floor created from them a one-of-a-kind installation.
  • Subdued: Another style effect of travertine is that it has the unique power of natural stone but also maintains a reserved dignity that comes from the soft palette of colors in its spectrum. Available in tans and beiges, greys and speckled off-white hues, these tiles can bring the towering dominance of earth to a flooring installation without overwhelming a room with dramatic colours.
  • Durability: Hard tile materials such as travertine are made to take a beating without showing significant damage from scratches, cracks, or chips. Over time, a weathering effect can occur, which is often prized for giving the individual pieces a distinct character that evokes ancient architecture. With polished and honed materials, there is a greater risk of scratching, while natural-finish tiles are more resistant to damage and blemishes.
  • Long-lasting: While regular maintenance and care are required with travertine floors, these materials have the potential to last literally for decades. The weathering effect that occurs with years of use is often considered attractive, but if you wish, you can prevent weathering with a periodic application of stone-sealing agent.
  • Ease of repair: Since travertine comes in tile form when a particular piece breaks it can be removed and replaced. If you’re installing a new floor, be sure to keep a few extra tiles for perfectly color-matched repairs.

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600 x 300 x 12mm

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