Beacon Hill introduces Cloudscape

Fabric collection works indoors and out

Beacon HillKiraz by Beacon Hill
NEW YORK - Beacon Hill introduces Cloudscape, a collection of indoor/outdoor upholstery fabrics that resist light and stains.

Patterns include weathered ottoman carpet designs, organic geometrics and textured solids. The performance characteristics of Sunbrella solution dyed acrylic yarns, such a high light-fastness, stain resistance and bleach cleanability, make these fabrics a compelling choice for upholstery in environments of all varieties; indoor and out.

The collection’s palette contains a range of luminous cool and warm neutrals, rich indigos, deep purples and reds. Luxurious Sunbrella yarns, in the form of chenilles and boucles add both texture and body.

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About each pattern:

• Kiraz: Inspired by an Ottoman carpet design, Kiraz suggests a floral design that has been partially worn away. Tonal coloration conveys a sense of weathering and age. Available in Navy and Silver Gold.
• Saranac River: Inspired by an abstract watercolor from a 20th century British design studio. Available in silver, indigo, Neptune and natural.
• Laurel Lake: A rustic, grass cloth look with a soft and supple hand. Available in white, natural, silver, indigo and vermillion.
• Kaili Strie: A refined strie with a smooth surface. Tonal coloration ties together multiple shades in a room. Available in deep purple, indigo, lagoon blue, charcoal and linen.

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