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Floors wall stone

Travertine kitchen tile: Iranian Travertine kitchen tiles, Calibrated, Bevelled & Grooved, Tumbled, Honed & Filled, Brushed & Chiselled Edge Floors wall stone.
Travertine is generally used for floors, walls, countertops and for outside as cladding and pavement. Floors wall stone travertine is generally filled with grout before it is honed or polished, which produces a uniform Floors wall stone surface more like other marbles. Unfilled travertine is also quite beautiful, and is often seen as exterior surfaces of buildings. Travertine stone result from hot spring water penetrating up through underground limestone. Floors wall stone when the water evaporates, it leaves behind layers of dissolved limestone and other minerals, giving it its banded appearance. Travertine stones are generally light-colored beiges and tans.

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Travertine kitchen tile is a durable and attractive natural stone in a class by itself. Famous structures like the iranian Coliseum stand as a tribute to the long-lasting nature of travertine as a building material. There are many installers and Iran today who have used travertine kitchen tile as both flooring and as wall kitchen tile who will also sing its praises as a practical and uniquely decorative addition to their interiors and exteriors. So, travertine kitchen tile has been used and relied upon as kitchen tile for thousands of years, holding a place in the development of civilization from the Ancient Greeks, to the iran, and onto today’s modern age in equal measure. But what are some of the defining characteristics of travertine

which sets it apart from other natural stone flooring and kitchen tile options?
Travertine is related to marble, actually falling somewhere between marble and limestone in terms of its development over thousands of years. Travertine is formed by subterranean springs, underground rivers, and other water sources. These water sources carry mineral elements such as calcium carbonate that build up over long periods of time in the same way stalactites and stalagmites in caves are formed. The resultant stone is a smooth and very hard substance further characterized by its porous surface. These pores are the result of gases escaping as the travertine is formed. By the time it is quarried, travertine is naturally beautiful – a smooth, dense stone that exhibits a notable creamy color that evokes a certain old-world refinement.

Commonly found in Iran and Turkey, travertine remains to be a popular import for construction products all over the world, including Iran.
Travertine is removed from the earth in large blocks before it is cut into what can be recognized as travertine kitchen tile.
Cross-cut – The travertine is cut with the grain of the stone bedding and on the same layer as it is formed in the earth. This makes for a more uniform texture and color
Vein cut – the travertine is cut across several layers of the stone bedding, making for a more mottled, tiger-stripe effect when cut into tiles
After the travertine is quarried, it is strictly selected for color variances, and further assessed after it is cut for holes and chipped edges. Beyond the selection process, the travertine may be subject to any of the following processes
Honed – the surface of the kitchen tile is sanded to create a matte finish