29+ Ivory Travertine Backsplash
Traditional Kitchen Beige Cabinets New Venation Gold Countertop
Elegant traditional kitchen design with rustic cream color kitchen cabinets, new venation gold granite countertop, dark brown hardwood flooring and 2×4 antiqued finish travertine backsplash tile.
Travertine Backsplash for Quality Kitchen Designs
For anyone entering the kitchen, the place that first captures your attention is the kitchen backsplash. It is for this reason that the choice of the backsplash material and designs should be thoroughly selected in order to come up with the best results possible. Travertine backsplash is one of the most ideal options when it comes to the material choice and this is due to a number of reasons. It is also important to point out that travertine backsplash tile ideas are also used in a number of places and projects such as flooring and kitchen countertops installation. These tiles are generally known for their gorgeous look and are capable of giving your kitchen an attractive appearance.
ID# 123902 | Source – Credit | © Daria Lukovnikova Interiors
Beige Kitchen Cabinets Rustic looking Kitchen Design
Brown – beige travertine kitchen countertop, rustic beige kitchen cabinets with travertine backsplash & floor
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Travertine mix Backsplash Tile
10.5″ X 11.5″ Travertine subway mix backsplash tile with three different color option. Multi color travertine mix subway backsplash tile. Dark, Medium and Light Brown mixed travertine.
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Ivory Subway Backsplash Tile
Travertine subway backsplash tile. Light ivory travertine beige color in a mosaic tile, ideal option for a kitchen backsplash.
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Brown Beige Glass Mix Backsplash Tile
Give your kitchen a focal point with a beautiful backsplash. Limestone stone mix with brown travertine also brown iridescent glass tiles added.
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Beige Kitchen Brown and Quartz Countertop
Brown color Ceaserstone countertop Mocha quartz, Benjamin Moore Atrium White kitchen cabinet.
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Contemporary Kitchen Beige Cabinets Granite Countertop Travertine Tile
Ivory subway interlocking travertine backsplash tile, beige Persia Pearl granite countertop, light color kitchen design.
Traditional Kitchen Brown Beige Travertine Tile
4×4 ivory and medium color travertine mixed kitchen backsplash with granite countertop and oak color kitchen cabinets.
Transitional Kitchen Beige Travertine Subway Backsplash Tile
Versalite pattern travertine kitchen floor, countertops are all 2 1/2″ thick Jerusalem Grey-Gold Limestone and the island top is 2 1/2″ thick Pietra Cardosa Sandstone. The perimeter is a custom painted White and the island is a natural Knotty Butternut wood. 2×4 antiqued travertine backsplash tile.
Travertine design style
When it comes to the installation of travertine backsplash, the involvement of an expert is of great importance. Although the tiles are generally unique and attractive, it will be prudent to point out that they are a bit porous and therefore they should be handled with a lot of care. The travertine stone is mined in countries such as Mexico, turkey, Peru and Italy and after this they are manufactured to produce the tiles.
Being a natural stone gives the tiles some advantages that are normally not present with the man-made products.
When using the travertine tiles for the backsplash installation, there are various advantages that are worth noting. These include:
- First, travertine tiles are very hard and durable. This is one of the characteristic that one will definitely appreciate for a kitchen backsplash.
- Travertine backsplash also comes in a number of dazzling colors and this can be attributed to the fact that it is a natural stone. This enables the home owner to pick from a number of easy to match colors such as deep walnut colors, cream, ivory, grey, beige, gold and red.
- Travertine tiles also come in different themes which make it easy to design your kitchen well depending with your needs. If you have a small kitchen, choosing the smaller tiles will help you achieve the best results and especially when they are perfectly sealed.
- The tiles also come in different prices which means they are easily affordable by different classes of home owners.
- Travertine backsplash does not easily fade or discolor and instead takes a very long time no matter the conditions in the kitchen. With the ease with which it is cleaned, the backsplash can be maintained in a good condition for long.
The travertine tiles are a real deal and especially when you are looking for something aesthetic in your kitchen. With a number of pictures online, it will be easy to come up with a perfect template for use in your kitchen and therefore this should not be a difficult thing. In fact many travertine dealers normally will help their clients in designing their kitchens using some of the best high definition design tools.
Travertine backsplash ideas is available in various kinds of finishes and making a choice is therefore easy. You could opt for honed finish giving your kitchen tile a smooth and shiny appearance. The travertine themes also come in polished finish which looks like a mirror in glossiness. If you are looking for a natural look, you could also opt for a brushed finish or a tumbled finish which has deep texture.
The designing process and the installation should be done properly if the best results are to be obtained.
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