Our Mahogany Travertine shares a deep, enveloping visual with the wood species of the same name. This vein-cut natural stone displays hints of honey in its overall color range. Mahogany is suitable for both residential and commercial application and is available in slabs, tiles, and mosaics.
In short, by way of definition, travertine is a type of limestone and therefore is a sedimentary rock. It may have a concentric appearance and exists in white, tan, cream-colored, and even rusty varieties. It is has historically been been used in Turkey and throughout the world as a building material. Travertine is one of the most commonly used stones in modern architecture. Think of the Farnsworth House, for example. This smooth yet unique surface will add a refined touch to any floor, wall, or backsplash.