You may be familiar with Modulyss’ collection First, which was launched 10 years ago (I know, it's crazy to think that 2010 was an ENTIRE decade ago). Since 2010 they’ve sold over 450000m2 of First all around the world which is an incredible number to achieve.
Fast forward to 2020, Modulyss have created First Forward.
First Forward from modulyss on Vimeo.
This collection is the revamped version of the successful First. There’s new and more design options, it’s refined, elegant and trendy. Thanks to its effortless elegance, First Forward is the perfect solution for any commercial interior.
What’s the difference between First and First Forward?
Well, First Forward offers a mahoosive range of 27 colours, from classy neutrals to funky bold shades, bringing you an endless wealth of mix&mix design possibilities. Modulyss have also used in-house yarn which brings it’s new collection to a whole other level.
Featuring a loop pile, First Forward boasts an increased wear-resistance ensuring these Class 33 tiles are in it for the long run. They might even out live Prince Phillip, you never know.
With strong rubbing fastness, as well as colour and light fastness, these tiles are ideal for any large commercial space or public environment and will not leave you counting your pennies with its impressive low price point.
Where can I buy First Forward?
Do you even have to ask? From us you silly goose! It’s now available to buy from our website or over the phone. Want to try before you buy? Well just pop some samples in your basket along with your deets and we’ll do the rest. Who doesn’t love freebies?
Can you still buy First?
Yes! You can still buy First right here at DCTUK.
Oh and one more thing, if you’ve fallen in love with Modulyss’ First Forward like we have and want it fitted, we can do that too! AND if you choose to have any flooring fitted by us, we can offer a free design service for you. So if you’re struggling to design your dream flooring, our interior dream team can help transform your space into a pinnable pinterest post.