Phifer previews 2008-2009 designed fabrics

Company bases new fabrics on four design trends

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Designed with all types of lifestyles and decors in mind, Phifer’s Designed Fabrics for 2008-2009 include the company’s newest product, 100% recyclable Phifertex Marquésa, plus a variety of blends and 100% vinyl-coated polyester fabrics.

This year Phifer’s fabrics and designs are based on four design trends: Tribal Council, Seaglass Coast, Eclectic Whimsy and Tennis Match.

Creams, chocolates and neutral tones with a splash of orange spice are featured in the collection of Tribal Council to create a pure and organic feel, like stepping into a tranquil nature environment.

The theme of Seaglass Coast is soft yet sophisticated with subtle tones of greens and blues with the influence of water to create a sanctuary of serenity.

The Eclectic Whimsy group invites the unexpected into design schemes, with punches of color and playful patterns that are fun yet elegant.

An English Garden with rich, deep tones and botanical greens is brought to mind in the luxurious Tennis Match collection.

Phifer’s Marquésa blends and completely recyclable 100% Marquésa are fresh and innovative materials engineered for deep-seating applications, whether indoors or out. Marquésa features a soft texture.

The Designed Fabrics collections are available in an array of intricately woven designs in dobbies, wicker weaves, stripes and jacquards. All fabrics are highly durable as well as antimicrobial and stain-resistant and are ideal for use in deep-seating cushions, sling applications, umbrellas and new and unusual exterior or interior fabric applications.
For more information about Phifer’s new fabric collections, call 1-800-221-5497 or e-mail inquiries through its Web site at

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