Roman Silver Travertine
Silver travertine is a chic color from the travertine family which is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs. This silver colored natural stone has a porous structure and is often used in construction as a building material for houses, offices, hospitals, temples, shrines, swimming pools, and bath complexes. It is mostly used indoors i.e. wall coverings, countertops, backsplashes, and floorings, but can also be used outdoors due to the stone’s great quality to endure harsh weather conditions. It can be found in many forms i.e. tile, paver, slab, and mosaic. Silver travertine has variation even in pattern depending on the type of cut used on the stone. In cross-cut, the surface is composed of different tones of the same color due to evasion of the tile’s vein during the cutting process. In vein-cut, the slabs are cut in a way that results in a sharp parallel vein with holes and alternating tones throughout the surface.