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picture of 16 x 16 travertine pavers?

Posted by stacisooner (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 25, 10 at 0:00

We want to install travertine pavers but cannot find either an installation or photo of a 16"x16" or 12"x12" installation. All photos I have seen are in the french verseilles pattern. Does anyone have a picture to share? Any reason I should shy away from a 'regular' pattern?

Thanks.


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RE: picture of 16 x 16 travertine pavers?

I've seen web pics that look beautiful (google images). I'm trying to locate travertine pavers (larger sizes) in the Houston area. I'd appreciate any leads.


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RE: picture of 16 x 16 travertine pavers?

I think Noble tile has a branch in Houston, I got my travertine from them in north Texas. I have travertine 16 x 16 on my deck, in a regular pattern (considering my deck was sloped for an overlay before pulled the trigger on the travertine, and I absolutely love it. I am computer stupid but I will try to get some pics posted.


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RE: picture of 16 x 16 travertine pavers?

16"x16" Gold tumbled travertine pavers in a brickwork square pattern.

Here is a link that might be useful: 16


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RE: picture of 16 x 16 travertine pavers?

I don't think there is any reason to shy away from a 'regular' pattern. The french pattern has actually become so popular (I see it everywhere) that standard 12x12s or 16x16s have started to look much more original!

There is a picture of an installed 16x16 walnut travertine paver on the website below. The picture is towards the bottom of the page with the bamboo.

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.travertinemart.com/Finished_Projects.php


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