Sunbrella fabrics are continually advancing in design, sophistication and comfort, and their new collection emphasises simplicity with bright colours and textural, neutral additions.
May 3rd, 2016
Launched in North Carolina in 1961, Sunbrella debuted as an alternative to cotton, and the most popular awning fabric at the time. Made of acrylic fibres with pigmentation added prior to extrusion, Sunbrella fabric offered the rich look and feel of cotton, but did not fade or degrade. Its durability meant that Sunbrella was easily applied to boat tops, sail covers, marine upholstery, and outdoor furniture.
Indeed, Sunbrella fabrics are continually advancing in design, sophistication and comfort, resulting in applications both indoors and outdoors for coordinated décor.
The Sunbrella brand is the leading premium fabric choice for awning, marine and furniture manufacturers, offering legendary durability, fade resistance and ease of cleaning. Inherently stain repellent and colour-fast, over its 50-plus years of operation, Sunbrella fabrics have also revolutionised the interior design industry.
The latest collection of fabrics emphasises simplicity with bright colours and textural, neutral additions. This collection mixes two different ends of the colour spectrum – hyper bright to softly muted, old to new – and highlights how they can come together to create beautiful, seamless design.
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