Travertine is one of the most frequently used stones in modern architecture for facades, wall cladding, and flooring. The holes and troughs gracing the surface of the stone give it an aged and weathered appearance. Travertine may be filled or unfilled and be vein cut (parallel with the bed, directional veins) or fleuri cut (perpendicular to the bed, non-directional). Travertine is not as hard as granite.
Below is a limited selection of the hundreds of different types of sandstone available. If you do not find what you are looking for here, please contact our Technical Services Staff.
Please Note: Stone is a product of nature. No two pieces of stone are identical and will vary in color, markings and texture. In certain stones, it is common to find inclusions, spots, fossils or shelly formations, pit holes, open texture streaks, iron spots, and grain formation changes.
Please note that we DO NOT have samples of all stones shown in stock.