On-trend outdoor fabrics worth a look
Casual News Now stopped in at the recent Interwoven fabric market in High Point to see what new and trending designs exhibitors had on display for outdoor furnishings.
Bella-Dura’s Harborview collection has a herringbone ground and a delicate pinstripe that’s created by the slub yarn.
Bella-Dura says blues remain popular but are getting lighter, gravitating toward sky blue and denim rather than dark navy.
Sunbrella’s annual Showtime collection has several updated looks this year and a broad range of colors, from warm and cool hues to neutrals.
Sunbrella also showcased on-trend pink fabrics with a soft hand and high style.
Outdura set up this showroom vignette give buyers a way to feel fabrics and see how they work on furniture.
Part of its Tranquil collection, Outdura’s Virage series offers modern, minimalistic color solutions inspired by motifs found in global waters. from vast oceans to rivers and streams.
Revolution Fabrics’ new take on coastal design manifested itself in these fabrics with big, bold motifs like coral and seashells.
Revolution also featured a wall of new colors and designs that range from greens and whites to dark blues and reds.
Several new neutral colors in InsideOut’s new line in partnership with Seaqual and Taylor King Furniture were on display. They were first introduced at the High Point Market in April.
InsideOut also unveiled its Samberg collection, which includes 24 heathered colors on a canvaslike fabric.
Premier Prints showcased vivid, bright designs like these in its outdoor fabric room — a whole space dedicated to outdoor fabrics.
Each of Premier Prints’ designs is available in several colorways to suit nearly any style.