Our product ranges are available in a wealth of sizes and styles, floor and wall options to ensure seamless co-ordination for hospitality, residential and commercial interiors.

A selection of our newest ranges

  • Savoy Floor

    Savoy Floor is a contemporary range of glazed porcelain wall and floor tiles featuring a rustic concrete effect ...

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  • Savoy Wall

    Savoy Wall, a stylish range of ceramic wall tiles designed with a subtle surface effect, contemporary colour palette ...

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  • Hudson

    Hudson, offering a simple, neutral colour palette, large format sizes and clever surface effects allowing for the creation ...

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At Johnson Tiles, we organise our products into core collections: IntroSelect, Absolute and Minton Hollins. Offering products for every type of project, style, size and price point, the majority of which are stocked in UK for immediate despatch.

  • Intro

    Intro

    A stylish yet affordable product range of wall and floor tiles available from stock.

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  • Select

    Select

    A mid-range design led collection of wall and floor tiles available from stock.

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  • Absolute

    Absolute

    A leading edge range of over 2,000 individual products for both the wall and floor, available to order.

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  • Minton Hollins

    Minton Hollins

    Highly patterned features, delicate pictorials, rustic country and displays of dramatic colour.

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Latest projects and news

Project:
Longton Town Hall

Stoke-on-Trent City Council included an allocation of £1.886m in its capital programme to refurbish the ground floor of Longton Town Hall. The aim was to increase footfall to the building by relocating the Local Centre into the ground floor and making a new entrance feature where the market hall attaches to the town hall. Another objective of the project was to make Times Square and The Strand visually more appealing by finding a new use for a previously underutilised public building, thereby boosting the number of visitors to the town centre and market to help make the town centre more viable.

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Blog:
Surface Design Show 2020: Top design spots

This week, the UK’s architecture and design community flocked in its droves to London’s Business Design Centre for ...

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Project:
Yo Sushi

Yo Sushi were looking for a larger format Floor tile with a subtle design to install throughout the restaurant area, that not only complimented the colour scheme, but was putting customer and staff safety at the forefront of the selection process. Johnson Tiles worked closely with the nominated shop fitters, Matrix Contractors to propose the Minerals Slate tile with the grip finish in the 600x600 format. The product has later been installed in further locations this year across the country all in partnership with Matrix Construction.

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Blog:
Our tiles help transform Edwardian terrace for C4’s ‘Old House, New Home’

The beady-eyed amongst you may have spotted tiles from our Minton Hollins, Savoy and Devonshire ranges on Channel 4’s ...

View our blog

Project:
Longton Town Hall

Stoke-on-Trent City Council included an allocation of £1.886m in its capital programme to refurbish the ground floor of Longton Town Hall. The aim was to increase footfall to the building by relocating the Local Centre into the ground floor and making a new entrance feature where the market hall attaches to the town hall. Another objective of the project was to make Times Square and The Strand visually more appealing by finding a new use for a previously underutilised public building, thereby boosting the number of visitors to the town centre and market to help make the town centre more viable.

View all projects

Blog:
Surface Design Show 2020: Top design spots

This week, the UK’s architecture and design community flocked in its droves to London’s Business Design Centre for ...

View our blog

Project:
Yo Sushi

Yo Sushi were looking for a larger format Floor tile with a subtle design to install throughout the restaurant area, that not only complimented the colour scheme, but was putting customer and staff safety at the forefront of the selection process. Johnson Tiles worked closely with the nominated shop fitters, Matrix Contractors to propose the Minerals Slate tile with the grip finish in the 600x600 format. The product has later been installed in further locations this year across the country all in partnership with Matrix Construction.

View all projects

Blog:
Our tiles help transform Edwardian terrace for C4’s ‘Old House, New Home’

The beady-eyed amongst you may have spotted tiles from our Minton Hollins, Savoy and Devonshire ranges on Channel 4’s ...

View our blog

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