Sunbrella is introducing its updated Sunbrella Shade Collection, including 17 new shade fabrics. The offering is designed to help create calming outdoor oases that emanate visual softness and an air of relaxation by balancing soothing colors with dynamic neutrals.
As with all Sunbrella fabrics, these beautiful new shade options are UV protective and fade resistant, made with Color to the Core™ technology to ensure the color will stay brilliant over time, no matter the environment. Our shade fabrics are low maintenance and easy-to-clean with mold, mildew, and stain resistance to stand up to dirt, debris, and other environmental elements.
New Shade Standouts include:
A nuanced take on the traditional bar stripe, this timeless pattern offers both visual and tactile texture and is available in three neutral colorways.
Available in four colorways, this elevated stripe was inspired by the tweed and heathered materials of men’s suiting and features a softer approach to stripes that evokes movement and complements a wide range of exterior settings.
A new textural solid with a faux slub weave that creates peaks and valleys, producing dynamic visual interest. Hogan elevates outdoor spaces with a range of rich hues balanced by versatile neutrals and is available in seven colorways.
New Technology for Shade Fabrics
Sunbrella is also unveiling an inherently fire-retardant and flame-resistant shade fabric for the commercial market.
“We’re excited to expand our offering of fabric solutions for commercial shade projects to include this inherently FR option,” said Kirk Fitzsimmons, director of industrial sales at Sunbrella. “Fabricators, architects and business owners now have an FR offering they can trust with the support, warranty and brand expectations that have defined Sunbrella for decades.”
Sunbrella fabrics redefined the outdoor experience in the 1960s with durable and functional fabric for awnings. Decades later, our versatile fabrics are still engineered with innovative technology and designed in an extensive range of colors and styles to ensure it fits your needs. If you’re thinking about adding a shade structure to your home in the coming months, visit our Where to Buy page for fabricators in your area and make sure to ask for Sunbrella by name.