Silver State introduces Ra, Light and Shadow

Expansions are the latest Sunbrella additions

Silver StateSALT LAKE CITY – Alaxi Fabrics by Silver State Inc. is expanding its Coordinates books with two new Sunbrella indoor/outdoor additions for 2017, "Ra" and "Light and Shadow."

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Ra is the name thar the Egyptians gave their Sun God, the inspiration for the new looks and colors of Sunbrella. By blending fibers, the company created a mélange of color and new look. This collection introduces three new patterns. Nile is a subtle stripe that works with both Nefertiti and Cleo. Nefertiti is a soft twill, and Cleo is a textured solid.

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Coordinates Light and Shadow continue with a color book focus. This year, Silver State is adding the neutral tones of cream, taupe, gray and silver to the collection. The expansion includes small-scale patterns and stripes that have simple repeats. The textures range from basic woven to super plush chenille to flannel touch weaves.

Most patterns come with the Silver State Color Match Guarantee, which eliminates dye-lot worries and the need to get cuttings for approval.

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