Phifer's Showcase Color collection on display at Showtime Market

GeoBella high performance fabrics feature plush hand, strength and durability

Phifer FabricsTUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Phifer Incorporated will display its indoor/outdoor cushion fabric offerings, including the new GeoBella Showcase Color collection, at the ITMA Showtime Market, Dec. 4-7.

Phifer’s design team returns to Showtime with Showcase Color, a selection of 13 fabrics plucked straight from Phifer’s unique cushion fabric line, GeoBella indoor/outdoor high performance Fabrics. Available in three-yard minimum order quantities, this collection is perfect for small to mid-size applications, DIY projects and sampling.

The Showcase Color cut yardage program provides a cost-effective, high-design alternative in performance fabrics. Offerings include bold patterns and varied weaves that incorporate blues, greens, neutrals and burnished red-orange hues.

Made from reclaimed fibers, GeoBella fabrics boast the plush texture and comfort of indoor furniture backed by the stability, strength and durability needed for outdoor cushion applications. These furniture fabrics feature on-trend and classic color pairings and designs in traditional and contemporary weaves for a bevy of options for any interior or exterior living space.

These low-maintenance performance fabrics also resist mold and mildew growth, fight stains and are easy to clean. GeoBella fabrics are covered by a three-year warranty and meet or exceed the interior market standard for abrasion.

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