Silver State presents Country Living fabrics
February 13, 2009,
Silver State welcomes 2009 with Country Living, a fresh Sunbrella collection inspired by pages of the consumer magazine. This new fabric offering represents a casual style reflective of comfort and life’s simple pleasures
The Country Living collection is exemplified by casual comfort and the personal mix of styles America aspires to live with a focus on home and all it embodies
“The colors are refreshing, and being presented in Sunbrella makes it uniquely versatile unlike any other fiber,” said Manoli Sargetakis, a principal of Silver State. “With the Sunbrella performance you can use this indoors or out and know it will stand up to everyday life with children and/or pets.
“When times are either uncertain or stressful, where do we go? We always return home,” Sargetakis said. “Literally or figuratively, we seek the elegance of simplicity and comfort that home inspires. With the mix of patterns and colors in this collection, we have accomplished an inviting return to the comfort of home.”
The color palettes of Country Living were inspired by the outdoors, from the purest blue sky to freshly cut grass. Classic stripes, vintage florals and paisleys have all been reinvented with a fresh approach combining simple basics and whimsy bringing a modern sensibility and easy charm to indoor and outdoor living and entertaining. This collection includes exclusive patterns by artisan Jennifer Paganelli, whose style-setting designs are regularly seen in the magazine.
Country Living Collection by Silver State
There are 60 SKUs in the Country Living collection and 17 fresh, new patterns. Even the pattern names evoke a sense of fun and relaxation. From Punched Paisley, to Whimsical Outline and Morning Floral, a pure playfulness is reflected in this performance collection.
Silver State offers a stunning, yet practical line of fabric and vinyl to suit a host of multiple applications: residential, commercial, healthcare, hospitality, automotive and marine. Silver State fabrics are available in a host of textures, patterns and colors, many of which are designed to repel stains, moisture and mildew and bacteria.
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