Johnson Tiles Unveil 6 Launches

Johnson Tiles have been designing and making ceramic tiles since 1901, proudly staying true to Johnson Tiles’ roots in the Potteries’ heartland of Stoke-on-Trent. To strengthen their portfolio of sustainable, British-made products, the Johnson Tiles design team travels the world sourcing complimentary collections of porcelain and ceramic floor and wall tiles. Their comprehensive range has been used for interior design projects in homes, schools, universities, hotels, hospitals, commercial developments and leisure facilities across the world.

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Verso

This small-format porcelain range comes in 370x95mm, and offers 12 colours, with all achieving a PTV 36+ slip resistance rating. With these performance credentials, Verso is an impressive range that can be used for commercial projects.

Roma

Roma showcases a terrazzo effect featuring shards of colour from fiery red to sapphire blue embedded in the three base colours of Dark, White and Silver Grey. White and Silver Grey are available in a small format hexagon 250x220mm, with all 3 colours available in 660x660mm, perfect for residential and commercial interiors.

Portland

Portland features a colour palette composed of Flint, Stone, Slate, and Basalt with all colours available in Natural and Grip finishes. Sizes range from 600x300mm to 1200x600mm for Natural and Grip finishes, with Grip+ 2cm options available in 1200x600mm and 600x600mm in Stone, Slate & Basalt. Co-ordinating raised linear décor and inverted dot décor options provide a PTV 36+ slip resistance rating. Skirtings and mosaics also feature in all 4 colours. The range of options in Portland make this perfect for commercial and residential settings.

Galloway

Galloway, inspired by parquet flooring, features 3 colours – Oak, Birch, and Walnut. Four framed designs are available in 600x600mm – Cross, Maise, Basketweave, and Chevron, with a slim format plank also on offer in 1190x200mm. The plank is available in Natural or Grip finish, with all Grip finishes achieving a PTV 36+ slip resistance rating for wet barefoot areas. Co-ordinating skirtings are also offered for all 3 colours.

Rebus

Rebus offers a selection of speckled effect porcelain tiles with 6 neutral and grey colours. Sizes are available from 600x300mm up to 1200x1200mm for the Natural finish. The Grip finish is available in 600x600mm. Clay, Flint, Pebble and Platinum also offer a Grip+ 2cm alternative in 600x600mm and 900x900mm. Both Grip and Grip+ achieve a PTV 36+ slip resistance rating.

Contour

Transitional décor and full strip options explore three-dimensional structuring. The transitional décor pieces provide a smooth flow from the field tiles into the full contoured piece. With 12 colour options including Garnet, Teal, and Black Stone, Contour is an interior wall range that is sure to make an impact.

As well as all of these new ranges, Johnson Tiles also extends two current ranges, Hudson and Eminence.

Hudson

Extending the current size offering of Hudson, all 4 colours are now available in 150x150mm and 300x300mm in a Natural finish.

Eminence

Now introducing structured options of Linear, Weave and Reed, these products can be used to complement the field tiles, or as the main feature. Available in gloss and matt finishes, this is a simple range of porcelain rectified wall tiles in 600x300mm.

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is the Marketing and Membership Executive at BCFA and Design Insider. She has a passion for design, marketing and events with a history of working closely with designers in the interior sector after finishing University in Event Management.
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