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Reviews for Travertine Tiles & Travertine Pavers

Megan M.
Mount Martha, Victoria
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Great quality travertine tiles at the best price I've seen at a tile shop.
Larry Williams
Chipping Norton, New South Wales
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Customer service was excellent. Delivery process to nsw was quick and easy. Will buy travertine pavers from here again.
David Garcia
St Kilda, Victoria
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really happy with the travertine tiles - looks expensive for my investment property.
Randy Lee
Robertson, Queensland
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Was tossing up between a few travertine options, ended up going with the ivory travertine. Will buy from here again.


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11 Steps to lay travertine tiles around the swimming pool: 

  1. Start by preparing the pool area and make sure the surface is clean, smooth, and free from any dirt, debris, or previous coatings.
  2. Measure and plan the layout of the travertine tiles, considering any specific patterns or designs you desire to lay the tiles to.
  3. Apply a layer of thin-set mortar or adhesive suitable for outdoor use on the pool deck surface using a trowel.
  4. Place the first tile at the desired starting point, pressing it firmly into the mortar or adhesive.
  5. Continue laying the travertine tiles, ensuring proper spacing between each tile for grout lines. Use tile spacers if needed.
  6. Cut the tiles as necessary using a wet saw or tile cutter to fit around edges, corners, or other obstacles.
  7. Press each tile firmly into the mortar or adhesive, ensuring they are level and aligned with neighbouring tiles.
  8. Once the tiles are securely in place, apply grout between the tiles using a grout float. Choose a grout colour that complements the travertine tiles.
  9. After the grout has partially dried, use a damp sponge to remove any excess grout from the tile surface.
  10. Allow the grout to fully cure, and then clean the tiles with a mild stone cleaner to remove any grout residue.
  11. Finally, seal the travertine tiles with a suitable outdoor sealer to protect them from the elements.

Travertine tiles can be laid both outdoors and indoors. Outdoors, they are commonly used for areas such as patios pavers, pool decks, driveways, pathways, and outdoor kitchens. Indoors, travertine tiles are often used for flooring in areas like entryways, kitchens, bathrooms, and living spaces. They can also be used for wall cladding. The versatility of travertine tiles allows them to enhance the aesthetic appeal of both outdoor and indoor spaces.

Travertine is a type of natural stone that is formed by the precipitation of calcium carbonate minerals in mineral-rich hot springs and limestone caves. It is characterised by its unique porous and pitted surface, often displaying a range of earthy colours such as beige, silver, cream, and brown.

Travertine tiles are versatile and widely used for indoor and outdoor applications. They bring natural beauty and durability to indoor spaces as flooring and living spaces. Outdoors, they enhance patios, pool pavers, driveways, and pathways with timeless elegance.

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The main difference between travertine tiles and travertine pavers terminology is tiles are normally referred to indoor flooring while travertine Pavers referred to the outdoor application of the tiles know as paving.

Travertine tiles and travertine pavers are both made from the same type of natural stone, but they are different in terms of their thickness, finish, and intended use. Here are some of the key differences between the two:

Travertine Tiles:

  • Generally thinner than pavers, typically ranging from 10mm to 20mm in thickness
  • Typically polished or honed to create a smooth, even surface. Or for use as outdoor tiles they are usually brushed and tumbled.
  • Often used for indoor applications such as flooring or wall cladding, but can also be used for outdoor applications such as patios or pool decks
  • Usually come in smaller sizes, such as 400x400mm or 610x406mm and Medium sized French Pattern

Travertine Pavers:

  • Generally thicker than tiles, typically ranging from 30mm to 40mm in thickness
  • Typically left in their natural state, with a rougher texture and more variation in color and pattern
  • Specifically designed for outdoor use, such as for driveways, walkways, patios, or pool decks
  • Usually come in larger sizes, such as 600x300mm or 610x406mm and Jumbo French Pattern

Overall, the main difference between travertine tiles and pavers is that tiles are thinner, smoother, and more suitable for indoor use, while pavers are thicker, rougher, and more suitable for outdoor use.

When choosing a grout colour to complement travertine tiles, a popular option is to go for a shade that closely matches the colour of the tiles themselves. This approach creates a seamless and cohesive look, allowing the natural beauty of the travertine to take centre stage. Neutral tones such as beige, tan, or light grey are often chosen as they harmonise well with the earthy hues typically found in travertine tiles. However, the best colour choice depends on personal preference and the desired aesthetic outcome.

Travertine is popular because of its unique appearance and versatility. Its natural variations in colour, pattern, and texture make it a desirable choice for many different types of projects. This natural stone can fit in any design style and can add character and warmth to any space. Additionally, the natural holes and indentations found in travertine give it a rustic, organic vibe that many people find appealing. This makes it a popular choice for both traditional and contemporary designs. Furthermore, it is also relatively easy to maintain. 

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Yes, it is highly recommended to seal your travertine tiles when laid around a swimming pool. Sealing provides protection against water absorption, staining, and damage from pool chemicals. It prolongs the lifespan, enhances maintenance, and preserves the beauty of the tiles. Regular resealing is advised for continued protection and optimal performance.

Turkish Travertine tiles and pavers are made from natural travertine stone that is quarried and processed in Turkey. Travertine is a sedimentary rock that is formed from the accumulation of calcium carbonate minerals in groundwater, which is then deposited at the earth’s surface by springs or geysers. Over time, the deposited minerals solidify and form the distinctive layered structure of travertine.

There are several types of Turkish Travertine available, including:

  • Ivory: A light beige or cream-colored travertine with some variation in color and occasional veining.

  • Noce: A warm brown travertine with darker veining and a more consistent color than Ivory.

  • Silver: A grey travertine with a consistent color and some subtle veining.

  • Classic: A beige or tan travertine with more prominent veining and variation in color.

Travertine is produced in several regions of Turkey, including Denizli, Afyon, and Burdur. Denizli is known for producing high-quality Ivory travertine, while Afyon produces a variety of colors and types of travertine. Burdur is known for its Noce travertine and also produces other colors.

Once the travertine is quarried, it is cut into blocks and then processed into tiles or pavers. The stone is typically sawn into thin slabs and then honed, polished, or brushed to create a smooth finish. The tiles or pavers can then be cut to size and shaped as needed for different applications.

Turkish Travertine is known for its durability, versatility, and natural beauty, and is a popular choice for a wide range of applications, including flooring, countertops, walls, and outdoor landscaping. Its unique texture and color variations make it a popular choice for both modern and traditional design styles.

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