Johnson Tiles
Affordable, Fashionable, Trustworthy

As part of the Norcros group, Johnson Tiles South Africa, manufactures quality glazed ceramic and glazed porcelain floor tiles to international standards at our state-of-the-art plant in Olifantsfontein.  In addition to this, Johnson Tiles South Africa is also able to produce Inkjet Tiles, thus enabling us to offer you a wide variety of fashionable high-quality tiles in a multitude of photo-realistic designs.

The Johnson Tiles service offering includes:

  • Distribution, delivery and service network throughout Southern Africa
  • A wide range of quality local and imported ceramic and porcelain floor and wall tile
  • Centralised sales coordination for national customers
  • Guaranteed method and material specifications for tiling installations and  guarantees
  • On-site technical advice

New/updated PDF Brochures

Johnson Tiles
keyboard_arrow_upCeramic Tiles: Etna
Johnson Tiles
keyboard_arrow_downCeramic Tiles: Etna

A speckled grey stone appearance on a structured relief surface. Available in the following colours: Etna Desert, Etna Ash and Etna Limestone.

Johnson Tiles
keyboard_arrow_upCeramic Tiles: Etosha
Johnson Tiles
keyboard_arrow_downCeramic Tiles: Etosha

A speckled stone appearance on a flat surface - Etosha Sand.

Johnson Tiles
keyboard_arrow_upCeramic Tiles: Jozini
Johnson Tiles
keyboard_arrow_downCeramic Tiles: Jozini

Dappled-stoney pattern on a flat surface. Available in the following colours: Jozini Alabaster, Jozini Ivory, Jozini Flax and Jozini Camel.

Latest news & press releases

keyboard_arrow_upBold patterns not just a fashion fad
keyboard_arrow_downBold 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 too.

keyboard_arrow_upConcrete-look tiles the latest flooring trend
keyboard_arrow_downConcrete-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.  However, the concrete or industrial design style is now on trend and Johnson Tiles’ new inkjet printer allows for a concrete look to be printed onto ceramic and porcelain tile bodies.  

keyboard_arrow_upJohnson Tiles adds to its wood-look tile range
keyboard_arrow_downJohnson Tiles adds to its wood-look tile range

The wood tile trend has been gaining momentum for several years, and now there are more styles and sizes to choose from.