Travertinenoce.com

Travertinenoce.com is a complete informative website exclusively dedicated to the Travertine Noce natural stone. Travertinenoce.com combines the most relevant information available about this natural stone, such as its history, technical information, variations, recommended use and much more.

Travertinenoce.com is a starting point for businesses and individuals looking for the most reliable and updated information available on the Internet about this internationally recognized travertine from Turkey.

Below you can find two of the most common types of Travertine Noce stone available in the market.

Travertine Noce - Cross cut

Travertine Noce - Vein cut

Description

The Travertine Noce is one of the most known Travertines in Turkey. It is a beige/dark brown brown coloured natural stone, with slight variations in terms of brown tones. | Description

 

Recommended Use

The Travertine Noce is a very versatily natural stone that is used on a large diversity of applicatons. It is common to find applications of the Travertine Noce in cladding. | Applications

 

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Travertine cladding

Travertine is a preferential type of stone to be used on cladding applications, either exterior cladding or interior wall cladding or coverings. It is a fairly uniform stone, with large availability and easy to work.


Travertine Noce recommended finishing

The Travertine Noce is a versatile natural stone that can adapt well to different types of finishings. There are a great range of finishings that are commonly used with this type of travertine stone.