1. A work on paper by Helen Frankenthaler hangs in the travertine-clad master bath of this Vicente Wolf–designed Manhattan apartment.
2. Designer Stephen Shadley installed travertine flooring on the terrace, and extended the eaves of Jennifer Aniston’s Beverly Hills, California, home.
3. Italian travertine lines the living room and the terrace of a Marcos Bertoldi-designed house in Brazil.
4. The travertine-tiled entrance gallery of Donny Deutsch’s New York townhouse.
5. A travertine mantel graces the living room of a Washington, D.C., home designed by Darryl Carter.
6. An ebony-paneled wall borders the travertine staircase in the gallery of this redesigned Manhattan duplex by architect Carlos Aparicio; beneath the stairs is a Roman togatus statue.
7. The walls in the master bath of this Manhattan penthouse by interior designer Delphine Krakoff and architect Mark Ferguson are clad in silver travertine from Walker Zanger; the 1930s vanity stool by Samuel Marx is from Alan Moss.
8. Travertine covers the master bath’s walls and floor of this Toronto home by interior designer Powell & Bonnell and architect Murakami. The tub and fixtures are by Kohler.
9. A Montigo gas fireplace is set into a wall of gray travertine in the dining area of entrepreneur Michael Hirtenstein’s Manhattan triplex, which was created by architectural designer Thomas Juul-Hansen and decorator Amy Lau; a 1960s FonataArte fixture hangs above the table.
10. Walnut cabinetry and wall panels are paired with floor tiles and countertops of silver travertine in the master bath of Essie Weingarten’s New York apartment, designed by architect Russell Groves.