Travertine

A form of limestone suitable for a variety of applications. One of its most infamous uses was to build the colonnade of St Peters Basilica in Rome, Michelangelo also chose Travertine as the material for the dome of St Peters Basilica. In today’s world there is an immense variety of travertine available from many different countries. The scope of where Travertine can be used includes, flooring, wall panelling, benchtops, vanities, paving and coping.