Green with Envy
Carole Sloan -- Casual Living, February 15, 2006
Many fabrics introduced this year will include a deluge of natural and oceanic hues, including a variety of shades in green, from lime to cactus. Geometric and tropical patterns are highlighted with blue tones incorporated into the mix.
|Silver State; Garden Scroll, spring100% SOLUTION-DYED ACRYLIC. Reminiscent of crewel and antique embroideries, Garden Scroll is soft to the touch and features a colorful floral pattern against a neutral background.|
|OutdoorFabrics.com; Sundurance Palm Pear
100% SOLUTION-DYED ACRYLIC. A double-woven reversible acrylic with a palm motif against a white background.
|Maco; Cabezo SeaglassPRINTED SPUN POLYESTER.
Cabezo Seaglass is a modern, trend-forward fabric with a wavy stripe featuring spa and oceanic colors.
Shuford Mills; Outdura Urban Essentials Tandem/Jungle
100% SOLUTION-DYED ACRYLIC. Inspired by 1950s patio cloths, the Urban Essentials Collection includes retro-inspired geometrics, with colors such as pesto, terra cotta and kona.
Weave Corp.; Florida by WeatherWize
100% ENHANCED POLYESTER. An indoor/outdoor performance fabric combining geometric and floral themes. Florida is resistant to pilling, abrasion and fungal growth.
Sunbrella by Glen Raven; Tex Pool
100% SUNBRELLA ACRYLIC. Designed by Joe Ruggiero, Tex Pool is a small-scale grid texture in a cool blue color palette with an accent of lime green.
Tiny Girl, Big Dream