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Light Tumbled Travertine Tiles

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Light Tumbled Travertine Tiles

Unfilled and tumbled

Tumbling achieves the most natural looking worn edge and weathered pitting which can be grouted during laying. This travertine is pale ivory to beige colour with a chalky appearance.

All prices include VAT.

Tile Sizes (mm) Price/m2
200 x 200 x 10£27.00/m2
305 x 305 x 10£30.00/m2
406 x 406 x 12£27.00/m2
610 x 406 x 12£26.00/m2
610 x 610 x 15£37.00/m2
Tile Sizes (mm) Price/m2
610 x 915 x 15£45.00/m2
Opus Pattern£26.00/m2
Grand Opus Pattern£45.00/m2
Opus Pattern Paviers£42.00/m2

Opus Pattern

203 x 203 x 12
406 x 203 x 12
406 x 406 x 12
610 x 406 x 12

Grand Opus Pattern

300 x 300 x 15
600 x 300 x 15
600 x 600 x 15
900 x 600 x 15

Opus Pattern Paviers

203 x 203 x 30
406 x 203 x 30
406 x 406 x 30
610 x 406 x 30

Further information

Origin: Turkey

Calibrated: Yes

Suitable for walls: Yes in most cases, with the exception of the 610 x 610 x 15, Grand Opus Pattern and Opus Pattern Paviers. Please check with your tiler for suitability.

Requires sealing: Yes

Matching mosaic: Yes

Suitable for external use: No, with the exception of the Opus Pattern Paviers

Suitable for underfloor heating: Yes

When laying an opus pattern, grout lines will vary to achieve the pattern.

Light Tumbled Travertine gives a classically worn look, with natural pits and a tumbled edge to give an aged, rustic appearance. The cream, beige tones in this stone make it a popular choice of travertine tile for kitchen flooring to complement a wide range of colour schemes, and is often chosen by customers of our sister company deVOL Kitchens. Pits can be left unfilled for a more rustic look or filled with a complementary grout during installation. Please read our blog for more details and pictures on the Light Tumbled Travertine.

Travertine is a hugely popular and affordable choice for those seeking a natural stone floor. This versatile stone is available in a range of finishes from honed and filled, to tumbled, polished or brushed and chipped. Travertine is a type of limestone, formed in hot springs and rivers and has been used in buildings for thousands of years making it a timeless classic.