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  • >> Technology meets style

    The latest advances in inkjet technology allow for exquisite printing and finishes on tiles to stay on par with the latest style more

  • >>Bold patterns - not just a fashion fad

    This summer, the upcoming trend to look out for is bold patterns. Just like in fashion, these bold patterns are appearing on the runways but now on floor and wall tiles in homes and commercial spaces more

  • >>Concrete-look tiles - the latest flooring trend

    In the past people may have steered clear of using raw concrete as a flooring option because it's perceived as cold, dull and maybe even too industrial. A concrete look however, is on trend at the moment. Enter Johnson Tiles with their new Inkjet printer which allows for a concrete look to be printed onto ceramic and porcelain tile bodies. more

  • >>The rise of ceramic tiles

    In today's modern world, everyone is looking for convenience. Not only is beauty a key factor in the decor industry, but people want elements that will suit them as well as their environment and cut down on care and maintenance too. more

  • >>Tips on Purchasing Tiles for Work Spaces

    They say first impressions are lasting ones. This is true for people but can also be equally important to businesses too. Many customers see your office space, show room or store front before they actually deal with you or your team members, so physical space presentation is important. more

  • >> Johnson Tiles appoints Warrick Taag as an Architectural Specifier

    Local tile manufacturer, Johnson Tiles recently appointed a new Architectural Specifier, Warrick Taag, who will be responsible for engaging architects and designers and specifying Johnson Tiles products through the architect and design market more

  • >>Introduce a trendy and natural look with wood-look tiles

    The wood tile trend has been gaining momentum for several years, and now there are more styles and sizes to choose from. Wood-look tiles are also taking the shape of large format planks and are moving away from traditional designs. more

  • >>Johnson Tiles launches a new glazed porcelain range

    Local tile manufacturer, Johnson Tiles has recently launched the Portico range to complement its existing tile more

  • >> Get creative with spare tiles

    Whenever a tiling project is undertaken in the home, there are inevitably spare or broken tiles left over. Are your left-over tiles taking up too much space and you don't know what to do with them? more

  • >> 50 shades at home

    Gone are the days when grey was considered too dull for interiors, this colour remains on-trend internationally and is now making inroads locally. more


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