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Johnson Tiles relaunches Kerastar floor tile range

May 2017

The Kerastar range of porcelain floor tiles – developed specifically for the commercial interiors market – features a new, expanded, architectural-friendly colour palette from the lightest shades of Chalk and Linen right through the spectrum to the darker tones of Shadow, Graphite and Night.

The colours of the new Kerastar range are complementary to suit any commercial installation, with four different finishes dependent upon usage – Natural, Discface, Rocktop and Diamond, for applications where extra slip resistance is needed.

Available in four sizes of 200 by 200mm, 300 by 300mm, plus two new sizes of 600 by 600mm and 900 by 450mm, the new Kerastar range reflects the ongoing trend for larger format floor tiles to enhance the sense of space. Fittings within the revised range include cove, skirting and step tread, making it the ideal flooring solution for commercial specification.

Darren Clanford, Creative Director of Johnson Tiles, says: “Everything about our new Kerastar range has been carefully created to reflect the needs of its users. The colour palette has been kept neutral so it works for any space, with the ability to match fittings and slip resistance finishes for ease of use. It works perfectly alongside our Prismatics range, creating the ultimate modular solution for floors and walls.”

T: 01782 575575
W: www.johnson-tiles.com

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