Interchangeable additions: Absolute collection by Johnson Tiles

The Baseline, District and Palladium designs were crafted by Johnson Tiles’ in-house team.

UK tile manufacturer Johnson Tiles launched three new interchangeable additions to its Absolute collection. The Baseline, District and Palladium designs were crafted by Johnson Tiles’ in-house team.

The Baseline range was inspired by natural materials, such as limestone and terracotta, and is available in six neutral tones including powder, biscuit, dove, fossil, smoke and shadow.

District is a collection of grays, including stone white, ash, tarnished silver and anthracite color options. Available in five sizes, and with either a natural or grip finish, District aims to complement contemporary wall and floor plans.

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Palladium has a series of large-format metallic-finish tiles, with the design available in either titanium or black-iron. Options again include a natural or grip finish, with 1200mm x 600mm and 900mm x 450mm sizes.

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