|Type||Tile, Slab & Block|
|Tile/Slab Size||According to order|
|Tile/Slab Thickness||2 CM & According to order|
|Tile/Slab Finish||Polished, Honed & Leathered|
|Tile/Slab Price Range||19$ - 49$|
Yellow Travertine is simply elegant. Travertino Giallo is a famous Persian travertine that has a homogenous yellow background. The quarry of yellow travertine is located in Azarshahr city in the north-west of Iran. This area is full of brilliant, unique, and colorful travertine quarries as well as Red Travertine, Walnut Travertine, and Gold Travertine.
Yellow Travertine is good especially for exterior and interior walls. Firstly, Travertine tile will give your space a comfortable and natural look that is unique. Second, it will provide timeless beauty while accommodating heavy traffic. Besides, adding a travertine tile floor will very likely increase the value of your home. The first choice blocks, slabs, and tiles of Travertino Giallo are available in our stock.
Travertine tile is one of the most suitable stones for residential and office flooring projects. Also, it is a suitable material for facade and wall cladding. As long as you are careful around your Yellow travertine surface and take proper care of the material, it can look fantastic for years to come. Whether you install it as a bath surround, bathroom floor, wash station, shower material, kitchen backsplash, or other surfaces, this travertine is one of the top natural stone materials that you can have in your home. If you are looking for an elegant natural stone that can help finish off your home remodeling project, Travertino Giallo is an excellent choice. There are many great reasons that homeowners often have this material at the top of their wish lists.
There are two techniques for grouting the travertine. The naturally existing holes can be Filled or left Unfilled. Antique Fill or Natural Look are the common terms for these processes. When you plan to fill the holes, the grout you select should be color-matched to the tile. Resin and epoxy are the filling materials for our travertines.