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Travertine Tile - Tiles and Moldings

Travertine tile has varying degrees of color and range from a soft white to a deep mahogany. The hues of color found in travertine tile blend together to create a distinct pattern that will create a wonderful addition to your home or office. Travertine tile displays veins in some cuts which only serves to enhance the uniqueness of the tile. Travertine tile is a very sturdy natural stone choice and most travertine tile used as flooring or as a decorative tile is white, tan or cream colored but for those of you looking for something a little more dramatic, Marblemaster carries a large assortment of colors.

Travertine tile is a fairly dense (though porous) rock that consists largely of calcite; some of it, however, consists in part or wholly of aragonite. For those of you looking for something more dramatic, Marblemaster carries a large assortment of colors.Travertine Stone

Marblemaster travertine tile products are specially imported from overseas and can be utilized as a travertine floor tile or you can create a distinctive travertine tile wall. Our travertine tile comes in various sizes and a beautiful honed (matte) finish to achieve an elegant old world "Tuscany" appearance for any decorating style. Travertine tiles are suitable for interior and exterior use. Learn more about how to install stone tile.

Minimum order is 14 pallets. Purchase 14 and we will add an additional three more pallets at no additional charge.

Travertine Tile Moldings

Add elegance and beauty to any room with the addition of real natural stone travertine moldings. We carry travertine crown ceiling moldings, floor bases, and chair rails.

We highly encourage you to order travertine tile samples prior to purchase.

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