See Johnson Tiles X The Patternistas at Sleep, Stand V5

Tired tiles are a thing of the past with Johnson Tiles’s latest collaboration with The Patternistas. 

At this years Sleep event, leading UK manufacturer Johnson Tiles are showing their bold new designs after partnering up with design duo The Patternistas – aka Chris and Suzanne Carpenter.

This pair are renowned for their decorative and eye-catching designs, one of the latest designs has been inspired by marine life, pictured in the wonderfully stylised pattern you can see in this article. As part of the collection, Artile™ Series 1: Patternistas, six designs have been produced on 20x20cm tiles for Sleep, with other sizing options available on order. Suiting all manner of interior and exterior projects, it offers designers the opportunity to add a truly unique piece to every space they create.

“We [must] continue to push our boundaries to ensure that tiles remain at the centre of any design scheme. What’s so unique about our collaboration with the fantastic design duo, Patternistas, is our ability to transfer their creativity to a medium that suits both internal and external projects. Thanks to our expert Artile™ service, the vibrancy of Chris and Suzanne’s work can be applied to any design project.”

– Darren Clanford, Creative Director at Johnson Tiles

LEAGUE_9_tile_panel webIn addition to these new panels, Johnson Tiles’ stand features plinths in Dulux Heritage colours to showcase its latest products, including seven brand new ranges: Harbour, Fitzrovia, Threads, Classics, Latitude, Enstone and Kielder, boasting effects found in concrete, wood and sea-weathered rock, inspired by nature and the urban environment. Bursts of blue, burnt orange and mustard yellow add an extra ‘pop’ to the display.

You can find Johnson Tiles on Stand V5 at Sleep, 21-22 November, The Business Design Centre, London.


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