Phifer introduces Spanish Cove collection

Line offered in combinations of blues and greens

Phifer FabricsTUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Phifer’s Designed Fabrics Spanish Cove Collection exemplifies urban glamour in a coupling of blues and greens.

This grouping speaks to simplicity and a slow, relaxed pace of life. Patterns such as the Darby and Ella reflect the recent trend in Eastern styling but feature a more casual approach with hand-rendered artisanal qualities.

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Phifer’s fashion-forward, functional Designed Fabrics – plush, 100 percent recyclable GeoBella indoor/outdoor high performance and sling Phifertex outdoor fabrics – are suitable for any room of the home, from the sunroom to the breakfast nook.

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GeoBella offers the soft, touchable texture and comfort of indoor furniture backed by the stability, strength and durability needed for outdoor cushion applications. Phifertex, a high-end outdoor performance fabric, is ideal for sling products and can be used in awning, umbrella and new fabric applications such as wrapped furniture and padded slings.

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