Durability as the New Luxury at Sunbrella
Sponsored by Sunbrella
Decades ago, luxury home décor meant a tennis court and swimming pool in the backyard, a dining room fit for a queen and a living room that was completely off limits to everyone in the house.
But the way we are living in our own homes has changed. New homes are filled with an abundance of natural light. Dining rooms are a lot less formal. And living rooms are used as places where families can live and interact.
One of the biggest components of this evolution is a change in the way we use fabrics and furniture in our homes. How can these fabrics enhance our designs while providing a level of performance that will make our clients happy and their homes more livable?
fabrics. First introduced to the market in 1961, Sunbrella fabrics are known the world over for their durability and performance in the awning, marine and outdoor furniture categories.
More than 10 years ago, Sunbrella entered the interior furnishings market, bringing durable and beautiful fabric solutions for indoor décor. Today Sunbrella enjoys close partnerships with a variety of partners—Donghia, Holly Hunt, Kravet, Kerry Joyce, Pindler, Robert Allen, Thibaut and others—widening the variety of upholstery fabrics available at the high end.
Using Sunbrella fabrics indoors used to be every designer’s little secret; now, the secret is out. Homeowners can enjoy high-end, luxurious design without the fear of spills and stains from kids, pets and everyday living. With easy cleaning properties, Sunbrella fabrics last longer and represent a luxury your clients value.