Brentano introduces spring line of indoor/outdoor fabrics

Performance fabrics Glaze, Raku join the Ceramic collection

BrentanoWHEELING, III. — Two new indoor/outdoor performance fabrics, Glaze and Raku, join Brentano's spring 2017 Ceramic collection. The collection, inspired by the artistic nature of brush strokes on pottery, cracked glaze surfaces and primal firing techniques, transforms one form of functional art to another—textiles.

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Embracing the rustic characteristics of hand-thrown pottery, Glaze and Raku combine design with durability. The indoor/outdoor 54" upholstery fabrics are constructed with Sunbrella Contract solution-dyed acrylic and solution-dyed polyester for an abrasion resistance passing 100,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck).

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Joining Brentano's Green label with an ACT Facts Silver certification, both textiles also offer stain resistance and bleach cleanability for a wide range of applications. Created to coordinate, Glaze and Raku propose eight innovative color combinations, from warm and cool neutrals to electric, bold hues.

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