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For the most part travertine for countertops is very similar to marble. The biggest difference is that travertine was formed in or around ancient springs creating gas ports or holes in the stone. These holes can be filled with filler or left unfilled. Unfilled travertine is a little impractical for countertops but makes perfect furniture tops, fireplace surrounds, or other accent pieces around the home. If you are looking for a unique and beautiful countertop, travertine is the perfect choice. Contact us today to learn more about our travertine countertops.