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Hippy is Hip Again: Sunbrella Icon Collection Brings Back Look of the 1960s and 1970s

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Vintage stripes and solid plain weaves represent Sunbrella’s unique heritage of timeless design.

The Sunbrella Icon Collection is a new collection of Sunbrella Upholstery Fabrics based on iconic patterns and colors from Glen Raven’s rich design history of the 1960s and 1970s.

Vintage stripes and solid plain weaves, along with the muted mid-century tones of the 1960s combine with the vibrancy and pops of color from the 1970s. Viewed as a whole, the collection represents a unique heritage of timeless design that translates well for today’s indoor and outdoor furniture.

The 1960s-inspired fabrics are anchored by Pioneer Sunrise, Scout Clay, and Traveler Lakeside. The solid texture (Volt) is available in 11 colors that range from neutrals and browns to brighter tones.

The 1970s-inspired fabrics feature bright, impactful patterns such as the multicolored stripes, Icon Pop, and High Fi Glow. These fabrics were inspired by the apparel knits that Glen Raven made during this time. The Sunbrella Icon Collection is now available to dealers looking to make a splash on the showroom floor.

The solid texture (Volt) is available in 11 colors that range from neutrals and browns to brighter tones.

The solid texture (Volt) is available in 11 colors that range from neutrals and browns to brighter tones.

From Past to Future
The 2014-2015 collection of Sunbrella upholstery fabrics also offers 30 exciting new fabrics, including bold new colors and patterns and sumptuous textures. Also new this year is Sunbrella Rain, a 100% waterproof version of the legendary Sunbrella upholstery fabric, available in a large selection of your favorite Sunbrella fabrics.

http://www.sunbrella.com/

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