Bar concept by Gori Yoon.

Why we’re turning to travertine for the most important spaces in our homes

Move over marble, there’s another stone undergoing a rapid resurgence in popularity: Travertine. Technically limestone, this warm-toned material makes for an attractive accent within any kind of room.

With a unique finish that is somehow simultaneously eye-catching and subtle, travertine offers a more elemental, earthy feel than its polished marble counterparts and recently, has been used in a number of high-end projects to complement their sleek, contemporary spaces.

Whether installed via built-in furnishings, or curated as furniture and objet d’art, this stone is as versatile to use as it is appealing to look at, and is the material we all want to have in our homes right now.

Distinct travertine table by Ferm Living from Slow Store.
Sculpted Lamp from Studio Henry Wilson, Soffio table lamp by Giopato & Coombes from ECC, Menu Reverse table lamp from Tim Webber.
Ferm Living Arum Floor Lamp from Slow Store, Angelo M side table by Leo Aerts for Alinea from Studio Italia.
Matéria side table by Christian Haas for ClassiCon from Matisse.


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