The industrial style showroom showcases an array of stunning tile surfaces, including natural stone, porcelain & ceramic tiles and decorative features such as mosaics and wall cladding.
January 23rd, 2012
Surface Gallery is located just 5 mins from the heart of the Sydney CBD at 233A Johnston Street Annandale.
All stone tiles are displayed in large panels to allow clients to see the natural variation inherent with natural stone. Surface Gallery continue to change their product range and displays to reflect market trends.
The vast Surface Gallery showroom space allows designers and clients to meet and discuss all tile surfaces within their project, to complete the specification process.
233A Johnston Street
Annandale NSW 2038
Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
P: (02) 9566 2002
F: (02) 9566 2009
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