Sunbrella partners with Pendleton Woolen Mills
April 18, 2017,
GLEN RAVEN, N.C. - The new Pendleton by Sunbrella collection combines Pendleton Woolen Mills’ distinct Native American-inspired aesthetic and the performance qualities of Sunbrella fabrics.
“The Pendleton brand is deeply rooted in American heritage and is synonymous with quality and craftsmanship,” said Esther Chang, senior designer for Sunbrella. “Those qualities are also at the core of the Sunbrella brand. We’re excited about bringing our fiber and weaving technologies to these iconic patterns.”
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The new collection will be previewed during High Point Market, April 22-26, at the Century Furniture, Norwalk Furniture, Jonathan Louis and Bauhaus showrooms. Pendleton by Sunbrella fabrics will be available to the trade through Pindler beginning in June.
The collection is comprised of 53 fabrics and is grounded by five patterns: Lahaina Wave, Eagle Rock, Canyon Lands, Zapotec and Mountain Majesty. The patterns are supported by a range of textural solids and coordinating patterns.
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“This collection allows for various styling options, from traditional to contemporary and mountain retreats to coastal havens,” Chang said. “Working alongside the Pendleton team to re-create the classic Native American patterns was a refreshing and exciting experience, and we look forward to seeing how these furniture manufacturers bring it to life at High Point Market.”
To learn more about the collection, visit the Sunbrella website.
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