Classic Roman Travertine Fireplace

Travertino Romano Classico

Classic Roman Travertine Fireplace

Classic Roman Travertine Fireplace 1522 1016 Krei

The Travertino Romano Classico is an elegant stone with a timeless charm, which makes every environment sophisticated and refined, also widely used for the Fireplace and today we want to talk to you about this.

Thanks to its neutral color it blends well with any material, of any color and shape and, thanks to its peculiarity, makes every place bright and fresh; it makes cold steel warm and warm wood bright.
The uniform light beige color makes Travertino Romano Classico a unique material of its kind.
The porosity of the material enhances the uniqueness of natural stone, making hints and recalling its wide use in classical and baroque architecture in Rome.

The unmistakable neutral color of this material and its shades recall the colors of the earth, making it special and Rome, the Eternal City, confirms its resistance.
Not surprisingly, the Classic Roman Travertine brings to mind centuries of history, having been used since the times of the Roman Empire.

Monuments made with Classic Roman travertine

Monuments such as the Colosseum, the Teatro Marcello, the Basilica of San Pietro and the Trevi Fountain bear witness to this.
Used for more than 2500 years, the Classic Roman Travertine still today adapts impeccably to our needs, both modern and classic, never losing sight of its value.
This material is a chameleon-like material, that is, it lends itself to coating works for both exteriors and interiors, whether for a classic or modern style.

It is a versatile material, it can be grouted with concrete, mastic or transparent resin, then sanded, brushed and polished, but not only.
Classic Roman Travertine also lends itself to many other treatments and types of processing, such as stucco, which can be colored mastic, transparent resin or concrete, bush-hammered, sandblasted and antiqued.

Classic Roman Travertine, if cut orthogonal to the pitch, releases its harmonious slightly darker veins, leaving all their splendor in full view, highlighting the compactness and homogeneity of the material.
If, on the other hand, it is cut parallel to the flap, the overall appearance is more compact and a play of nuances of tone-on-tone colors, always maintaining the harmonious and proportionate aesthetic result.

Roman travertine: how to use it in your homes

This material is undoubtedly more suitable for homes with an ancient, retro and timeless taste, however, the possibility of inserting it in a modern environment, full of light and play of colors has the honor to highlight the contrast between modernity and classicism.

Travertino Romano Classico also lends itself perfectly to the cladding of fireplaces and fireplaces, creating an inviting, traditional and warm space, suitable for welcoming all family members, creating a relaxing and neutral area.
Whether for a classic or modern setting, the Classic Roman Travertine fireplace is a must-have for the living room.

For a modern environment, this type of material lends itself as the perfect frame for a fireplace with a clean design, which lets its natural veins and shades emerge.
Its natural welcoming beige color is ideal for an environment such as the living room, in contrast with the dynamism of the whole house and with the bright red colors of the fire it encloses.

Playing with contrasts with this material is extremely simple as it is easily adaptable to any type of style, be it colored or tone on tone.
The fireplace in Classic Roman Travertine gives light, warmth and acts as a perfect setting for the harmonious hypnotizing and relaxing movements of the fire, thus composing a perfect picture, whether placed under a TV or under a painting, the beauty of the whole will be unparalleled.

If you would like more information, technical details, or see and evaluate a sample of travertine in its various finishes, do not hesitate to contact us or send an email requesting support.

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Photo Credits

pavimento in marmo corridoio

Architecture and interior design: Marta Fegiz + Les Arch studio – Roma
Photo: Valerio Stopponi
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Location: Roma

Camino in marmo

Photo: Caterina Zavattaro
Made by:
Location: Roma

bancone in marmo

Architecture and interior design: DK Architetture –
Photo: Alessandro Vitali
Made by:
Location: Reserva, Via del Pellegrino Roma

dettaglio top in marmo

Architecture and interior design: Surf Engineering Srl Roma
Photo: Caterina Zavattaro
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Location: Il San Lorenzo – Via dei Chiavari 4/5 Roma

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