In the News: Variety
Summer nights call for outdoor movie showings! Variety recommends West Elm bean bags crafted from “Sunbrella’s signature durable fabric that’s water-repellent and resistant to fading, mildew and chlorine. Once you’re down, you’ll never want to get up so you’ll want to pick a good set of movies to binge-marathon for the night."
In the News: Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest recently covered supermodel and actress Cara Delevigne's home. Her poolside space features gorgeous chaise lounges from One King's Lane, covered in easy-to-clean, comfortable Sunbrella fabric.
In the News: Boating
Boating knows that "marine upholstery represents comfort, aesthetic appeal and value. For tips on extending its life and beauty, [they] talked with Bill McDaniel, marine market manager for Sunbrella Horizon, which supplies high-quality marine vinyl fabrics to a wide range boatbuilders and fabricators. Be forewarned: Some of his advice goes contrary to conventional wisdom."
In the News: Domino
From Domino: "Sunbrella is a top choice among experts because the brand’s durable performance fabrics resist the elements and provide true sun protection. They are 'designed with innovative technology that dyes them at the fiber level to be UV- and fadeproof, allowing them to retain their beauty even when exposed to direct sunlight...'
In the News: House Beautiful
House Beautiful explores today’s modern range of outdoor fabrics: “If you think all outdoor fabrics look the same, we've got good news: Today’s outdoor fabrics range from hard-wearing linens to shockingly lush chenilles and velvets.”
In the News: Better Homes and Gardens
Better Homes & Gardens says: “It’s important to invest in cushions... that are not just easy to clean but engineered to resist water, mold, and mildew from the start. Bleach will harm the color of some fabrics, but others, like Sunbrella fabrics, are engineered to not discolor.”