Why Choose Travertine Bathroom Vanities?
Travertine is a natural stone material with a simple, yet sophisticated look capable of setting of the decor in your bathroom. Travertine vanities offer excellent resistance to scratching, impacts and common stains, and they are not affected by the moisture and dramatic temperature shifts of bathroom environments. Since the stone is relatively easy to cut and shape, you benefit from a broad range of custom design capabilities.
For a natural stone that’s similar in appearance to marble at a competitive price, travertine is an exceptional option for new construction or remodels. Our travertine bathroom vanities come in a range of earthy colors including cream, beige, ivory, walnut, coral, gold and silver. Slabs are available cross-cut for a more solid, consistent look or vein cut showcasing the elegant patterns of the veining in the stone. Surfaces can be polished to a brilliant shine or feature a chiseled edge, tumbled or honed finish.
What You Need to Know About Travertine Vanities
Whether you’re going for clean and modern interior design or a classic, old-world motif, there’s a lot to like about Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile travertine vanities. Still, some in need of a broader range of colors and contrast may wish to look at other stones. It’s also important to note that travertine countertops are less heat resistant than materials such as granite or quartz.
Upkeep and maintenance is perhaps the most significant concern when choosing travertine bath vanities. The highly-reactive material composition is susceptible to acids, so it’s crucial to use the correct cleaning products to avoid staining or etching. Although travertine is hard, if scratched or cracked, it can be difficult and costly to repair. If your bathroom is heavily used such as in a restaurant or office building, you may wish to consider a slightly more durable stone.
How to Take Care of Travertine Bath Vanities
Travertine countertops are reasonably easy to maintain, and if done correctly they will last generations. To keep surfaces looking like new, it’s recommended to regularly clean them with a warm, damp cloth and wipe up spills or collected water promptly. Alkaline-based cleaning products specifically formulated for natural stone are best for tougher jobs.
Never use acidic solvents such as citrus or vinegar because they can cause damage to the surface. Sealing is also required at regular intervals to guard against staining of your travertine bathroom countertops.
Pricing Travertine Vanities
The cost of travertine is in the same range as most of the commonly used natural stone varieties. Pricing can vary significantly based on many variables including quality, dimensions, finish, design and installation specifications. If you’re looking for travertine vanities in the Harrisburg, PA area or shopping online, we’ll be happy to provide an estimate.
Get in touch with us to discuss your projects today. Our experienced team will answer all your questions about our travertine vanities for sale. Give us a call, visit our showroom or contact us online to request your free quote.