There's something truly timeless about all of these types of stone tile, whether you use it on floors or on wall in backsplash designs, and whether it's with traditional tiles or split-face ledgerstone.
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In this section we focus on backsplashes and show you how the different looks can be used to transform inside and outdoor spaces.
Transform Your Spaces With a Travertine Backsplash
We particularly love how metal mosaics play with other mosaic materials. Notice how the Travertine colors and shapes lend themselves perfectly to designs that combine decorative elements.
Travertine is a natural for the kitchen as well as any other space. When you visit the Fort Myers store, you'll notice a Travertine entertainment unit. It's a one-of-kind-piece that features different types and finishes of Travertine so you can imagine how you might interpret the look for your own backsplash design. For more perspective on this piece, check out:
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The last five images show you how to transform a space with ledgerstone. This look is particularly striking when used outdoors. However, it adds considerable warmth and visual interest indoors, too, as you can see from the images of this kitchen backsplash.
>> For more about ledgerstone, read Consider Stacked Stone Ledger Panels For A Textural Wall Look