Over time, the ranges of colors found in travertine have categorized themselves into families or groups. You have the creamier light beige colors, which would be considered Ivory. Stones ranging in darker beige to light brown colors would be considered Walnut or Noce. Travertine with warmer or more gold tones would be considered Scabos, known as one of the busier shades of travertine with a more unique variation. Silver pavers can vary from lighter to darker shades of gray and can even include speckles of brown. An interesting in-bewtween family or category of travertine, what we call Keykostone include shades of beige, light brown and silver veining making it unique to its own category by creating a more versatile use due to its more neutral color pallet— neither leaning towards warm or cool tones. There are many more names for these stone ‘families’ or categories but the colors will, for the most part remain the same in nature and will always include some range or variation, considering it is a natural material— not man made.