Persian Tile: Your choice of Travertine or Marble
Are you a homeowner or commercial contractor looking for something tremendously classic for your next remodel or renovation project? Now you can personalise your space with unique product offerings from Persian Tile.
Known for some of the finest, dazzling and best quality natural stone tiles on the market, Persian Tile has some amazing options for your next project. Here we take a closer look at two key industry players, including ever-popular Travertine and Marble tiles.
Travertine tiles: Travertine tiles are popularly known by their rich ivory look and flexibility in a variety of decorative schemes. These tiles fit in anywhere offering a high standard of natural beauty. Polished or honed and filled, Travertines tiles work well indoors but are also great outdoors, either unfilled or filled and honed, providing a non-slip surface. The key differences between Travertine and other natural stones lies in the formation of the rock, the hardness of the stone and the appearance. Key characteristics of Travertine stone are the holes within the stone which are caused by carbon dioxide evasion
Marble tiles: Marble tiles have been used to create elegant floors for thousands of years, and their sophisticated good looks continue to make them popular today. With striking grain patterns and creamy tones, it’s one of the most recognisable — and beautiful — natural building materials. Although marble famously comes from Italy, there are hundreds of types of marble from quarries all over the world, each with unique personality.
Few building materials match the beauty of a natural stone floor, making them unique and different from the rest. With no two pieces the same and their incredible durability, natural stone tiles have been the most favoured amongst homeowners, architects, contractors and interior designers. Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Persian Tile supplies to the whole of South Africa, in all major cities like Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria and even beyond borders.
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