Travertine – Silver

Struggling to find a flooring option that combines durability with elegance?

Many materials either lack durability or compromise style, leaving your space uninspired.

Introducing Travertine Silver. Crafted to provide the perfect balance of strength and sophistication, it transforms any room into a timeless masterpiece, offering a solution that exceeds expectations.

Key Features

  • Natural Beauty: Travertine Silver boasts a unique blend of silver, grey, and beige tones, with subtle veining and variations that add character and charm to any space.
  • Durability: Formed over thousands of years, travertine is renowned for its strength and longevity, making it suitable for high-traffic areas like kitchens, bathrooms, and entryways.
  • Versatility: Whether used as flooring, wall cladding, or even for outdoor applications like patios and pool decks, Travertine Silver enhances the aesthetic of any environment.
  • Temperature Regulation: With its natural thermal properties, travertine remains cool underfoot in warm weather and can be paired with radiant heating systems for added comfort in colder climates.
  • Easy Maintenance: Sealed travertine is resistant to stains and moisture, requiring only regular sweeping and occasional mopping to keep it looking pristine.
  • Timeless Appeal: Unlike trendy flooring options, the classic beauty of Travertine Silver transcends design fads, ensuring enduring elegance that enhances the value of your property for years to come.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Travertine is a sustainable and eco-friendly natural stone, minimising environmental impact compared to synthetic alternatives.

Travertine Silver combines aesthetic appeal, durability, and sustainability, making it the perfect choice for discerning homeowners and designers seeking timeless elegance and practicality.



Specification Details
Finish Natural Split Finish
Back Cut Sawn Cut
Sizes Random sizes 150mm to 400mm
Thickness 30-40mm
Weight 75 kg/sqm (METRIC WEIGHT)
Corners N/A
Formation Brick Free Length
Type of Stone Travertine

Understanding the specifications of Silver Travertine is essential to ensure it meets your project’s requirements.

  • Material: Silver Travertine is a natural stone formed by the precipitation of minerals in hot springs and limestone caves, characterised by subtle variations in colour and texture.


Ideal Use Cases and Application

  • Flooring: Travertine Silver is an excellent choice for flooring in both residential and commercial settings. Its durability and natural beauty suit high-traffic areas such as hallways, kitchens, and living rooms.
  • Wall Cladding: Travertine Silver adds texture and sophistication to interior and exterior walls. Its timeless appeal creates a stunning focal point in bathrooms, feature walls, or outdoor facades.
  • Outdoor Spaces: Enhance outdoor living areas with Travertine Silver. Use it for patios, pool decks, or walkways to create a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces. Its natural thermal properties keep surfaces cool in hot weather.
  • Fireplace Surrounds: A travertine fireplace surround brings warmth and elegance to your home. Its natural variations in colour and texture add depth and visual interest to any living space.
  • Feature Accents: Incorporate Travertine Silver as accent pieces, such as stair treads, columns, or decorative borders, to elevate the overall design of your space.

Travertine Silver’s versatility and durability make it suitable for a wide range of applications, from flooring to outdoor landscaping. It adds timeless elegance to any project.

Considerations for Using Travertine–Silver

  • Porosity: Travertine is a porous stone, making it susceptible to staining and etching from acidic substances like citrus juices and vinegar. Proper sealing is essential to protect the surface and maintain its appearance.
  • Maintenance: While travertine is relatively easy to clean, it requires regular maintenance to preserve its beauty. Sweep or vacuum regularly to remove dirt and debris, and mop with a pH-neutral cleaner to avoid damaging the sealant.
  • Durability: While durable, travertine is softer and more porous than granite or marble, making it prone to scratching and chipping. Avoid dragging heavy furniture or sharp objects across the surface.
  • Sealing: Sealing is crucial to prevent moisture penetration and staining. Depending on usage and environmental conditions, travertine should be resealed every 1-3 years to maintain optimal protection.
  • Temperature Sensitivity: Travertine can be sensitive to temperature changes, particularly in freezing conditions. Use caution when installing in outdoor areas prone to frost or extreme temperature fluctuations.
  • Colour Variation: Travertine is a natural stone, so variations in colour, veining, and texture are expected. Viewing samples and considering the inherent variation when planning your project is essential.

By considering these factors and adequately maintaining your Travertine Silver, you can ensure its longevity and beauty, creating a stunning and functional space for years.

Care and Maintenance

  • Regular Cleaning: Regularly sweep or vacuum the surface to remove dirt and debris. Use a damp mop with a pH-neutral cleaner to clean the travertine thoroughly. Avoid acidic or abrasive cleaners that can damage the surface.
  • Sealing: Proper sealing protects travertine from staining and moisture penetration. Apply a penetrating sealer specifically designed for natural stone every 1-3 years, or as recommended by the manufacturer.
  • Stain Removal: To prevent staining, promptly clean up spills. Blot the spill with a clean cloth and a mild detergent solution. Use a poultice made of baking soda and water or a commercial stone cleaner for stubborn stains.
  • Avoidance of Abrasive Materials: Avoid using abrasive cleaning tools or harsh chemicals on travertine, as they can scratch or etch the surface. Instead, use soft cloths or non-abrasive sponges to clean to preserve the stone’s finish.
  • Protection from Scratches: Take precautions to protect travertine from scratches and damage. Use felt pads under furniture legs, avoid dragging heavy objects across the surface, and place mats or rugs in high-traffic areas.
  • Preventing Water Damage: Seal seams and edges to prevent water penetration, especially in wet areas like bathrooms and kitchens. Use a waterproof membrane under travertine in shower enclosures to prevent moisture buildup.

By following these care and maintenance guidelines, you can preserve the beauty and integrity of your Travertine Silver, ensuring it remains a stunning focal point in your home for years to come.



Our range consists of Silver, Walnut, Gold & Ivory.

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