Travertine is a type of limestone formed by hot springs — the movement of water gives travertine its familiar stripes. The gasses from the hot springs cause bubbles and holes within the stone, which we call pits. Coloration stays very neutral, beige, and gray being the predominant tones. As with limestone, travertine is porous and not suitable for high traffic areas and is subject to staining if not sealed often.

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