Travertine is formed in rivers and hot springs and this beautiful natural stone is a compacted form of limestone.

First favoured by the Romans some 2000 years ago, flecked with a spectrum of different shades, every travertine tile is unique. The stone is a crystallised form of calcium carbonate, or limestone, deposited by mineral springs and characterised by surface pits and holes when first quarried. These are often filled with resin at source, giving the travertine a much smoother and more refined texture.

Granite House travertine tiles are a wonderful choice for any home.