Santa Barbara Designs adds five new shades
February 24, 2017,
White Wedding Parasol
Hundreds of canopy color combinations are possible, numerous trims and valance edgings, too. Santa Barbara umbrella canopies are constructed from awning weight, 100% solution dyed acrylic fabric from Sunbrella and Regatta. With functionality as commanding as their beauty, Santa Barbara umbrellas offer 98% UV protection, and are water-, fade-, mold-, mildew- and stain-resistant.
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• Cirque with Scalloped Edge Valance: In a peppy Tropical Pink and Concord combination, the scalloped style valance is edged for maximum contrast.
• Double Decker: In Orange Stripe with Ivory Bullion Fringe on a scalloped edge valance is a throwback to its mid-century modern roots.
• Cirque 9' Square: In Charcoal and Whitecap with black trimmed keyhole valance offers a sophisticated, classic shade alternative for spring/summer and a solid teak pole, stainless steel fittings and coordinating white base.
• Mirasol 9' Hexagon in Aqua Sea: The outer canopy is lined in coordinating Token Surf and finished in a fun fringe on a Mirasol valance. Supported by a Black powder coated aluminum frame and base.
• White Wedding: A Mirasol Flamenco gone undercover. Each ruffle is cut and sewn by hand in Southern California and finished with a white powder-coated frame and base.
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All Santa Barbara umbrellas can be specified in Sunbrella and Regatta brand fabric in hundreds of vibrant colors and striped patterns. Available nationwide through specialty showrooms. Visit www.sbumbrella.com.
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