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Johnson Tiles

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Johnson Tiles is the UK’s leading ceramic tile manufacturer and supplier of porcelain floor tiles, with over 100 years experience of producing product at its Stoke-on-Trent headquarters to the highest standard.

With extensive expertise in the commercial interiors sector, Johnson Tiles offers the ability for designers to create bespoke schemes regardless of budget. The company’s high-quality products have been used for a range of hotel, restaurant and bar interiors and exteriors, with each project guaranteed to achieve the ‘wow’ factor.

T: 01782 575 575

F: 01782 577379

Harewood Street
United Kingdom

T: 01782 575 575
F: 01782 577379

Material Lab
10 Great Titchfield Street

T: 0207 426 8629

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  • UK MADE: Johnson Tiles

    10 Mar 2021

    “WE MAKE IT” Johnson Tiles heritage in the UK is a cornerstone of our company culture. With 120 years of experience with the design and manufacture of ceramic tiles, Johnson...

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  • Johnson Tiles Extend Product Ranges

    27 Jan 2021

    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,...

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  • Materials: The Making of Ceramics

    23 Mar 2018

    This year Design Insider has decided to focus in on Materials, learning more about their history, the latest innovations and where we can see the material be used in the...

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  • 2018: Natural Materials Trend

    27 Feb 2018

    We began 2018 by enjoying the Maximalist trend which we are confident will take root in the hospitality sector during 2018.  In stark contrast we now discuss how and why the...

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  • Review: Manchester Open 2017

    10 Oct 2017

    The BCFA Open series continued last week with its second Manchester Open hosted at the iconic Museum of Science & Industry.  Held on the second floor of the Museum, in...

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