Why Noce Travertine is Quickly Regaining Popularity
Italian Travertine has been popular for decades, however different colours from different quarries fall in and out of fashion due to the current trend in the market.
1) Durability of Noce Travertine
Italian Travertine is extremely dense compared to travertines from other parts of the world. Noce Travertine is easy to clean, durable, and resistant to staining.
2) Availability of Cross Cut and Vein Cut Variations
Although most travertines come in a cross cut or vein cut variations, Noce Travertine has a special look in the vein cut look. If vein cut Noce Travertine is cut into thin, long planks, it gives the appearance of Timber. This is excellent if you are wanting the look of timber but the feel of natural stone. Timber can trap moisture, rot, invite termites, and more. Natural stone can save you from timber maintenance.
3) Slightly Lower Price Point
Whenever a marble, limestone or travertine stone goes out of style the price typically declines accordingly due to supply and demand. Noce Travertine sits at a much lower price point than Bianco Navona Travertine, not because of the quality or durability, but simply from the sought-after light look of the Navona.
4) Warmer Tones are Gaining Popularity
For the last 5-10 years cool tones have ruled the interior design world in Australia. Currently we are seeing warmer tones regain popularity in the market. Noce Travertine has warm earthy tones, making it elegant and a really good impression on guests.