We were blown away by the number of design and color permutations that are possible with Mod Tiles
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 30, 2011
For decades, vinyl tiles have been the last resort flooring option for amateur DIYers with blown budgets. Signature Flooring Systems reinvented vinyl tile by introducing a comprehensive contemporary color palette, a modern surface texture, and mix-and-match die cut shapes that allow the consumer to create a custom pattern to suit their own aesthetic.
17 Colors, 3 Tile Designs, Thousands of Patterns - The Modularity Tiles concept begins with 17 colors ranging from neutral Sand to vibrant Ruby, pastel Petal to saturated Violet. Next, these 1ft x1ft square tiles take flooring to a new level with their three different tile designs. Nine-inch circles or rounded squares are die cut from the center of the tiles, creating circle or square frames and inserts which are mixed and matched in contrasting or complementary color combinations, along with solid "field" tiles. "We were blown away by the number of design and color permutations that are possible with Mod Tiles," says Arnon Rosan, CEO of Signature Fencing & Flooring Systems and inventor of Modularity Tiles. "The range of design styles, installation techniques, and applications is amazing - the possibilities are truly endless." The Modularity Tiles website (http://www.modularitytiles.com) features a pattern gallery and online design tool that are sure to ignite the imagination.
Modularity Tiles Take Vinyl Out of the Kitchen - Until now, vinyl tile flooring was used almost exclusively in kitchens. Modularity Tiles however, are strong enough to be used in commercial applications such as schools, stores, and restaurants, and are attractive enough to use in your living room. The bright colors and design-it-yourself aspect make Modularity Tiles the perfect flooring for child and teen bedrooms and play areas, and the easy cleaning and maintenance make it ideal for kitchens, utility rooms, bathrooms, and nurseries. Modularity Tiles are easy to cut and trim, making this creative new flooring product a weekend warrior's dream come true.
Don't Get Stuck -"The less sturdy predecessors of Modularity Tiles were limited by their peel-and-stick adhesive," says Arnon Rosan. "Modularity Tiles are dry-back vinyl, meaning the adhesive comes separately and is chosen according to the application." For temporary or semi-permanent applications, Signature recommends using a residue-free double-sided tape, while permanent, commercial, or wet area (bathroom, basement, locker room) floors should be installed with a poured adhesive.
Do It Yourself, or They'll Do It For You - "Modularity Tiles are all about options," continues Rosan. "You can design your own pattern or choose one from our catalogue. You can create a floor that is subtle and simple or one that is completely over the top. Whether you like Rustic, Victorian, or Modern interior design, you can design a complementary Modularity Tile floor, or we can design one for you. You can choose between temporary and permanent installation methods that you can do yourself, or have our professional installation team do it for you." You also have the option of buying Modularity Tiles online at http://www.modularitytiles.com or by calling 866-471-1022."