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Perfect for creating a sensory experience, and for big and bold statements, the Contour range of ceramic wall tiles delivers on structure and texture.
Johnson Tiles new Contour range of glazed ceramic wall tiles builds on the growing desire for visual and tactile textures to deliver the optimum sensory impact. With fully fluted strips as well as transitional pieces and colourful field tiles, Contour offers the ability to create a sense of movement and fluidity and experiment with the transitional pieces to provide a smooth flow from the field tiles into the full contoured strips.
With surface detail continuing to push the boundaries across all aspects of interiors to evoke a layered aesthetic and the desire to touch, Contour brings dimension to the fore. The striking shaped pieces embody this with elements of concertina folds, Japanese panelling, and origami folding to bring depth and interest to any interior space.
This range also takes inspiration from Serenity, a key trend for 2021, which encourages a natural rhythm and balance to modern life, taking influences from Japanese culture and traditions. Exhibiting 11 shades from across the colour spectrum, Contour hints at architecture and organic objects with colours such as White Stone and Grey, for a ‘less is more’ design approach.
Create a calming look with the timeless, neutral tones of Beige and Grey or bring the outdoors in with the earthy terracotta of Cotto. The colour palette also moves towards rich blue and green hues with Teal and Sky, with the intensity of Garnet providing a touch of opulence with a strong splash of colour to display even more personality. This distinctive on trend palette proves that Contour is an impressive range that makes a statement in any shade.
From corridors and stairways to statement or feature walls, Contour is a versatile collection that is sure to make a trend statement – allowing designers to showcase the interplay between light and shadow by including three-dimensional structuring into their next interiors project.
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