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A true benchmark for over 50 years, Sunbrella® integrates performance and design to create refined textiles for indoor and outdoor use.

For several years, the brand has advocated free movement between spaces and thus plays on the combinations of fabrics and the effects of materials. The collections are born and renewed in captivating colors, enhanced with graphic and daring patterns. They are all developed by the Sunbrella® design studio and manufactured in the Dickson Constant French factory near Lille.

Born from a constant desire to combine the beautiful and the essential, Sunbrella® textiles are available in many colors. The textures brought by the weaving of the canvas vary according to the rhythmic compositions according to the desires.

From Brazil to Japan, via Africa and the Mediterranean basin, the fabric collection is built from different influences, bringing warmth and modernity as an invitation to escape.

Sunbrella presents new colorful references which, combined with jacquards or graphic semi-plains, illuminate indoor and outdoor spaces.

Ideal for the design of interior and exterior curtains, awnings or even pergolas, Sunbrella Window Fabrics completes the textile collection of the brand dedicated to furnishings. In a spirit of innovation, Sunbrella® diversifies the use of the curtain indoors and outdoors. Whether blackout or decorative, simple or layered, it becomes an essential element for dressing windows, separating spaces. 

Extremely resistant to UV and bad weather, Sunbrella® textiles have become, over time, a benchmark in the world of outdoor furnishings. The specificity of the brand lies in the dyeing process which, unlike conventional techniques, is carried out at the very heart of the fiber, thus guaranteeing exceptional color fastness and ease of maintenance. Also treated for water repellency or mould, Sunbrella® fabrics can be used outdoors, whatever the weather conditions.

 

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To learn more, visit the Sunbrella website.



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