Travertine

Natural, Thin Stone Veneer

Travertine

Earth Anatomy Travertine

Travertine is a sedimentary rock formed from limestone, carbon and high pressure, high moisture environments like hot springs. Its appearance usually ranges from cream to brown, but reds have also known to occur naturally.

Travertine, long used in Italian buildings like the Coliseum, has been widely adopted in modern building for cladding, facades, walls and especially flooring. Traditionally very difficult to work with, Earth Anatomy travertine veneers make any application you can dream up not only possible but effortless.

Popular Applications

  • Hospitality & Restaurants
  • Retail Joinery
  • Feature Walls
  • Commercial Spaces
  • Columns & Pillars
  • Offices and Partitions
  • Backsplashes
  • Bathrooms
  • Furniture and Millwork
  • Trade Exhibitions
  • Aircraft/Watercraft Interiors
  • General Use Veneer

Backing Options

Material Size & Thickness (mm)
Fiberglass 610 x 1220 x 2.5
Aluminum Composite 1200 x 2400 x 6
Honey Comb 1200 x 2400 x 19

Minimum Order 100 SQM

Additional colors available for special order. Contact Us!

Silver Travertine

Silver

  • Country of origin: Turkey
  • Color/Characteristics: Grays & blacks
  • Thickness availability (mm): 2.5, 6, 19
  • Backing materials: fiberglass, aluminum composite, or aluminum honeycomb
Roman Travertine

Classic Beige

  • Country of origin: Turkey
  • Color/Characteristics: Whites, cremes & tans
  • Thickness availability (mm): 2.5, 6, 19
  • Backing materials: fiberglass, aluminum composite, or aluminum honeycomb
Noce Travertine

Walnut

  • Country of origin: Turkey
  • Color/Characteristics: Medium tan, beiges & browns
  • Thickness availability (mm): 2.5, 6, 19
  • Backing materials: fiberglass, aluminum composite, or aluminum honeycomb
Photographs on this website are actual applications from Earth Anatomy and/or one of our key OEM partners.
Earth Anatomy Fabrication LLC began in March 2013.