The gorgeous auburn and beige tones of the Walnut collection blend perfectly with a wide variety of designs. These travertine stones are quarried in Turkey, a country well-known for producing high-quality natural stones. The warm tones of the Walnut collection provide excellent material to create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere to unwind at the end of a long day. The tumbled finish on the pavers has a rough natural textured look, this finish has non-slip properties suitable for areas around water. Travertine is a proven material with an illustrious history in architecture and design for a reason. With the proper installation and care it will last a lifetime while still looking amazing. From terra-cotta country designs to mahogany tones in a luxury look, the Walnut collection blends seamlessly and adds value to any home or office.
- Color – Walnut
- Material – Travertine
- Finish – Tumbled
- Product Thickness – 3cm
- Recommended Use – Outdoor Product: Pathways, Patio, Pool Deck, Bench Seat Cap, Front Porch, etc.
- French Pattern – 8″x8″, 8″x16″, 16″x16″, 16″x24″ (Full pallet: 176ft)
- 16″x24″ Pavers can be purchased separately.(Full Pallet: 176ft)
NATURE OF TRAVERTINE
Travertine is a porous stone and will have visible surface pores and holes. These are not defects, they are the inherent nature of the stone, allowing it to absorb standing water, and making it perfect for outdoors. Travertine is a natural stone and will display natural variations in color, quality, shading, veining, markings and texture from piece to piece and crate to crate. Variation is an inherent characteristic of natural stone – no two stones will ever be the same, and that is what makes it beautiful.
All natural stone can vary in shade and color from batch to batch, so it is always recommended to buy your stone from the same batch. We do ask for flexibility in this area since we are at the mercy of Mother Nature. Displays online or in our showroom can also vary from the material that will show up at your home. It’s always smart to coordinate with your contractor first and approve material before it gets installed!