Sunbrella brings global design to High Point
April 20, 2017,
HIGH POINT, N.C. - Glen Raven Custom Fabrics is returning to InterHall for the upcoming High Point Market to showcase Sunbrella designs. The design team transformed booth IH204 into an Italian-inspired living room.
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“While we can’t bring market attendees to Italy, we thought we’d bring a little bit of Italian design to High Point,” said Greg Rosendale, market manager, residential furniture fabrics for Glen Raven. “We are honored to be in InterHall for the second consecutive market."
From the signature archways to the tile floors, the living room is softened with plush, textural fabrics on the sofa, ottoman, and chairs, as well as through drapery, decorative pillows and throws.
The soft, yet impactful color palette is inspired by Piero della Francesca paintings; deep burgundy and soft rose mixed with jewel-toned blues and terracotta. Upholstery techniques are the hidden gem of the design, showcasing unique quilting methods and decorative pillows utilizing cut and layered fabrics. Guests are invited to lounge on the furnishings featuring Sunbrella fabrics.
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Like all Sunbrella fabrics, the high-design textiles featured at High Point are easy to care for, fade-proof and bleach cleanable. For more information about Sunbrella upholstery fabrics, visit IH204 during High Point Market or explore the full collection at sunbrella.com.
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