Tri Vantage adds Sunbrella Renaissance area rugs

New product line gives dealers greater sales opportunities

Tri Vantage now offers the Sunbrella Renaissance Collection of area rugs and accessories.

A division of Glen Raven, Tri Vantage is an international supplier of specialty fabrics and hardware used in the manufacture of awnings, signage, casual furniture, tents, umbrellas, marine products (interiors, tops and covers) and many other residential, commercial and architectural applications.

The Renaissance Collection provides custom rug options without the cost of custom design. Customers can mix and match 12 different colors with six geometric rug designs. The collection includes 17 different rug sizes from smallest (22 inches x 34 inches) to largest (11 feet x 14 feet). Customers can choose from a range of different shapes from rectangular, square or octagonal. Accessories in the collection include chair pads, stair treads, rug slices, trivets and utility baskets.

High-performance Renaissance Collection area rugs are created through a flat braid construction process using 50% recycled content. The rugs are reversible and provide exceptionally long life. Colors stay vibrant despite exposure to intense sunlight or cleaning with bleach. Because of the inherent weather resistant qualities of Sunbrella fabric, the rugs and accessories can be used both inside and outside the home.

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