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A beautiful front elevation for a home is a visually stunning and well-designed exterior that sets the tone for the entire property. It showcases a perfect blend of architectural elements, colours, textures, and landscaping to create an inviting and impressive facade. Elevation tiles can help you create beautiful front elevation and indoor elevation designs easily.
Glazed vitrified front elevation tiles can handle harsh weather conditions well, and do not fade or crack under hot or frosty conditions. Stone cladding elevation tiles have been a popular choice for Indian households. However, now your choices can range from various shades of marble to wood-lookalike tiles.
Explore the wide range of front elevation tiles at H&R Johnson to find the perfect match for your home.
Johnson Elevation Tiles Collections
Premium Elevation Tile Designs at H&R Johnson
You can find a huge variety of elevation tiles at H&R Johnson. The choices range from large format premium elevation tiles to smaller ceramic wall tiles with the following surface finish types:
- High Gloss
- Matte Finish
- Special Polished
- Wood Matte
- 3D Punched
H&R Johnson’s glazed vitrified elevation tile designs consist of tiles inspired by natural materials like wood, limestone, granite, marble, sandstone, terracotta and concrete. The corresponding three-dimensional surface finishes complement the tile design and provide a natural feel to the elevation tiles.
Apart from the nature-inspired patterns, H&R Johnson GVTs also feature digital art, geometric, Moroccan, and Mosaic art designs on stone and terracotta look alike tiles. The 3D geometric designs are a great choice to beautify your front elevation walls.
The wood and stone cladding elevation tile designs are two of the most popular choices among the elevation tile designs at H&R Johnson.
You can explore the following portfolios for elevation tiles at H&R Johnson:
- Johnson Porselano Royale
- Johnson Porselano Elite Plus & Elite
- Johnson Porselano Elite Elevation (wall-only GVTs)
- Johnson Ceramic KL1510
- Johnson Ceramic VW1510
How to Choose the Best Elevation Tile?
The best elevation tile depends on the placement and décor needs of your house. Your choices for the best elevation tiles will vary based on the following factors:
- Application Areas: Most elevation tiles are meant for only wall applications. However, some elevation tiles can double up as floor tiles. Your tile choices will change depending on whether you want to cover only walls or install something that continues on the adjacent floor as well.
- Total Size of the Tile Cladding Area: The total available installation area can affect the size of the elevation tiles you can use. While cladding low-height walls, 60x30cm elevation tiles would be a better choice. However, when cladding a full wall you can use larger tiles.
- Available Designs: Wood-look elevation tiles are a popular choice for elevation tiling. However, 3D stone cladding tiles, firebrick, and terracotta are also popular with residential and commercial building elevations. At H&R Johnson you can find the following elevation tiles:
Wall & Floor Applications
Wall Only Cladding Tiles
- Coordinated wall and floor tiles
- Special Exotic Colours
- Bookmatch designs
- Wood plank designs
- Lumber wood tiles
- Marble Inspired Designs
- Cement (Concrete) Colours
- Rustic Metal Sheet
- Geometrical Patterns
- Tumbled Rock Designs
- Special Décor Tiles (Moroccan and other art patterns)
- Terracotta & Other Solid Colours
- 3D Embossed
- Firebrick Red & Grey
- Stone Bricks
- 3D Wood Carving
- Stone Art
- Terracotta Art
- Cleaning & Maintenance: Consider the need for maintenance and cleaning while choosing elevation tiles. For example, 3D tiles can be tough to keep clean as it gathers dust and can retain it. So, if cleanliness is a challenge use plain elevation tiles rather than 3D tiles.
Find Elevation Tiles Prices at H&R Johnson
Elevation tiles' price depends on the region, design, type, size and thickness. For accurate prices of the premium elevation tiles, you can visit Johnson’s Experience Centre or locate a nearby dealership.
Different Sizes of Elevation Tiles At H&R Johnson
Large Size Tiles
|120x240 cm||120x180 cm|
Medium Size Tiles
Types of Elevation Tiles
H&R Johnson offers different types of elevation tiles to suit various architectural requirements. Ceramic elevation tiles are specially meant for wall cladding applications.
You can find a range of designs to meet your building design theme under the following types of elevation tiles:
- Vitrified Elevation 3D Tiles: 3D elevation tiles are glazed vitrified tiles featuring three-dimensional elements in their designs. Such designs include stone cladding styles like stone bricks, tumbled stones, etc. Due to their surface ruggedness, these are recommended as wall cladding tiles.
- Ceramic Elevation 3D Wall Tiles: These are 3D wall tiles made of ceramic base. The 3D design on these tiles is achieved through embossing (punching) and you can find these tiles with glossy and matte finish surfaces.
Premium Elevation Tiles: These are glazed vitrified tiles for elevation walls and floors. These elevation tiles do not have a 3D tactile-like surface and can be installed on the floor as well. These tiles are available in a variety of surface finishes:
- Matte Punched
- Wood Matte
- Special Finish
Elevation Tiles by Space of Application
- 3D Elevation Tiles
- Kitchen Backsplash & Walls
- Bathroom Walls
- Elevation Floor & Wall
- Elevation Wall Only
- Accent Wall for Living room & Bedrooms
The Most Popular Tile Colours at H&R Johnson
1. Which type of tile is best for elevation?
Glazed vitrified tiles are best for elevation tiling. These tiles are stain and scratch resistant and require little maintenance over their lifetime. They can weather temperature, dust, rain and frost well and have plenty of design options. Thus, glazed vitrified elevation tiles are the best elevation tiles you can use for home or commercial buildings.
2. How do you clean front elevation tiles?
You can simply remove the dust accumulating on the elevation wall tiles by hosing them down with water. Floor tiles can be swept for removing dust and then wiped with mild soapy water for cleaning.
3. Which tiles are best for elevation ceramic or vitrified?
Vitrified tiles are a better choice for exposed elevation areas as they are almost waterproof. You can use ceramic tiles on elevation walls in the covered areas.
4. Can we use tiles for elevation?
Yes, tiles are a better choice for elevation cladding, since tiles are modular and easy to repair in case of damage. Also, tiles are sturdier than most other cladding materials, especially cement which requires regular sealing and paint.