The comeback of travertine

The travertine, at the top of the home trends, is a material that is highly valued for its marble-like appearance, long-lasting hold, ease of maintenance or even adaptability. In fact, it can be used in many areas of your home, both indoors and outdoors.

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Today's travertine is no longer content to just perfect floors or construction, it is very much in vogue for its use in furniture!

What is travertine?

Travertine travertine, also known as "limestone tuff" is a natural stone of limestone origin that forms near water springs or hot springs. Popular in ancient times, and formerly quarried in Italy, this stone was used for many historical monuments such as the Colosseum. Today, travertine is largely quarried in Turkey.

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The travertine is an aesthetically pleasing yet durable rock with irregular light colors. Depending on these rough edges, it can meet shades of beige, white, gray, yellow, brown, or even ochre.

Travertine tables, THE big trend!

The travertine table does not go unnoticed... It's taking its place at the top of the fall 2022 trends!

Whether round, rectangular, low or high, the travertine is an elegant, understated and natural piece that will sublimate your interior.

The travertine table in your dining room

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The travertine coffee table in your living room

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The travertine bedside table in your bedroom

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The travertine side table to decorate your home

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Tables made of travertine to discover on Design Market:

How to pair the travertine table

Paired with light shades such as beige, white or pastel, terracotta colored furniture immediately catches the eye and gives your room a boost. The travertine table, a neutral color, has the advantage of being able to match most interiors.


Beige, a warm color, will ideally pair with colors from the same palette (beige, off-white, brown), but not only that, it can also be a nice contrast with colors such as black or terra cota.

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Beige doesn't pair with cool colors like gray or blue.

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