Para Tempotest announces new outdoor/indoor fabric collection

Bel Mondo is a collaboration between two outdoor designers

CARROLLTON, Texas – Para Tempotest announces a new collection of outdoor/indoor performance fabric, the Bel Mondo, which is Italian for “beautiful world.”

The new collection is a collaboration between outdoor fabric designers Karen Williams and Brenda Sewell-Bost of the design firm D2, and Filippo Uecher, creator of the Maria Flora line of performance fabrics.

Woven in Biella Italy, the collection has elements of Italian flair with an American eye toward color. A mix of stylish graphics and colorful multi-layered patterns coupled with bold, vibrant textures are featured in a color palettes inspired by the beauty found in nature’s simple elements; sun drenched hues, lush grasslands, cool waters and rich earth tones provide combinations of color with few boundaries.

With Teflon for water and stain resistance, Bel Mondo is woven from solution dyed acrylic yarns and features an 6-year warranty.

Bel Mondo will be featured at Para’s booth 1-611 at the December edition of Showtime in High Point, NC from December 3–6 It will be stocked by Tempotest USA in Carrollton, Texas and available in cut yardage and full rolls.

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