Designer Spotlight: Dabito's New Orleans Home
Dabito is a designer and artist who’s known for using color and a mix of modern and vintage pieces to create unique interior and outdoor settings for his clients. We caught up with Dabito to talk with him about his New Orleans home where he used Sunbrella fabrics to enhance his personal style.
Giving Vintage New Life
Max Humphrey, a Portland-based interior designer, is no stranger to creating dynamic designs and breathing new life into vintage pieces. See his recent project that used Sunbrella fabric to give vintage stools—found in a thrift store—new life.
Get Cozy with Seating We Love Right Now
There’s a nip in the air and the holidays are right around the corner, so it’s the perfect time to curl up and get cozy at home. Take a look at just a few of the great seating options made with Sunbrella fabrics.
Find Your Sunbrella Shade Fabric for a Standout Outdoor Space
Whether you’re creating a targeted shade solution or porch-like retreat, we have plenty of fabric options to consider.
How to Deal with Fall Spills
When you choose Sunbrella fabrics, you don’t need to worry about seasonal spills. Sunbrella fabrics are designed to be worry-free and easy to clean.
How to Coordinate Your Shade Fabrics
With Sunbrella fabrics, you can coordinate your entire patio with your awning, pergola, or umbrella.
Project Spotlight: Refreshing a Grand Banks Trawler
Onne Van Der Wal, an award-winning nautical photographer, recently worked with Custom Marine Canvas in Southeastern Connecticut to reupholster Snow Goose, a 1986 Grand Banks 32 Trawler, using Sunbrella fabric.
Spring 2022 Design Trends
For the upcoming spring season, we’re anticipating strong neutral stories, diverse textures and patterns, and a return to colorways that evoke feelings of comfort and rejuvenation.
Creating Inspiring Spaces with Textiles
The performance properties of Sunbrella fabrics have naturally widened the scope of how they can be used. Through inspiration of patterns and interpretation of color, our fabrics are being used more creatively than ever.