Here at Gather Co we want to ensure that the gap between your screen and our surfaces is bridged. As such, we have developed this Texture Guide to provide a general understanding of the finishes across our collection and to offer a sense of the ‘feel’ you can expect from each variety.
*Please note: This is intended as a guide only. Some surfaces may sit outside the prescribed finish as stated below. It is not a Slip Rating, you’ll find that in the “Resources and Installation” section at the bottom of each product page.
Sourced directly from the bustling industrial city of Denzili in Turkey’s Southwest, Hasim has a rich history that dates back to Roman times where it was used throughout significant monuments and iconic buildings.
Thousands of years on and half a world away this beautiful walnut toned Turkish travertine is revered here as a tried and tested stone that offers proven resilience to the harsh Australian climate.
Hasim maintains its raw beauty through a natural ‘unfilled’ and tumbled finish. Requiring periodic maintenance, it is ideal for a variety of both indoor and outdoor applications. This stone is also perfectly suited to commercial projects.
• Highly durable and weather resistant
• Suited to both indoor and outdoor use
• Available in a natural ‘unfilled’ and tumbled finish
• Minimal water absorption
Cappadocia is without doubt one of the most spectacular regions of Turkey. During the season, countless hot air-ballons offer the best vantage point of sunrise and the surrounding landscape.
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Denizli - is an industrial city in Turkey’s bustling Southwest that is popular with visitors for its surrounding thermal springs. With significant nearby ruins dating back to classical Greek civilisation, it is a cultural gem in Turkey’s outstanding Aegean region.
Travertine - is a kind of limestone formed by the accumulation of minerals in natural ground water deposits. Its composition is often fibrous or calcareous in appearance with white, tan and cream-coloured tones making up the majority of common varieties.