Phifer adds new colors to GeoBella line

Five new colors pair well with neutrals

Phifer FabricsTUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Phifer celebrates a season of color extremes with upcoming additions to its GeoBella indoor/outdoor high performance fabrics product line.

Burnt Orange, Spruce, Mushroom, Slate and Chambray are the newest influential introductions, bringing the GeoBella color palette to more than 100 hues. It’s all about the pairing of these new hues, and whether they play well alongside industry-staple tones and neutrals.

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Taking cues from today’s home interior market and the fashion industry, Phifer juxtaposes dramatic and delicate color values within the same hue. The result is a monochromatic look.

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GeoBella Fabrics offer the soft texture and comfort of indoor furniture backed by the stability, strength and durability needed for outdoor cushion applications. These plush, 100 percent recyclable fabrics are suitable for any area of the home, whether poolside, the sunroom or a breakfast nook.

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