Patio Lane offers an exclusive collection of designer Sunbrella Fusion fabrics and in this DIY series we are featuring patterns from the new 2015 Sunbrella Fusion collection. Using a neutral cream fabric as the base for seating and pairing it with muted earth tones of Sunbrella Fusion patterns, the look is reminiscent of a modern coastal chic vibe.
Drawing from a color palette of brown and taupe, in this installment of our DIY outdoor decorating series, we are using fabric patterns from the exclusive Sunbrella Fusion Collection. Although the last few seasons we have seen Pantone trends that use brighter colors such as Radiant Orchid and Emerald Green, there’s comfort in knowing that earth tones will always remain a classic.
A Sunbrella Summer is just around the corner. Renew your patio décor with classic and contemporary Sunbrella Fusion fabrics in Flagship Salt, Navigation Marine, Beachcomber Dune and more. Since 1961, Sunbrella has advanced the strength and durability of outdoor textiles developing their marine-worthy, indoor outdoor furniture fabric made of 100% dyed acrylic Sunbrella fiber.
Joe Ruggiero changed the way we buy fabric. He is credited in part behind the concept of using online videos to showcase a home’s interior, including the luxurious and tactile details of each fabric. The Fusion Collection of Sunbrella Fabrics now hosts a Joe Ruggiero exclusive pattern named Trax.
In 2012, Sunbrella repositioned their popular High Point Collection as the new, exclusive Sunbrella Fusion brand. Since then, Patio Lane has been inundated with customer requests for the return of the High Point fabrics. So, welcome back High Point!
Patio Lane presents the Exclusive Sunbrella Fusion Collection of Indoor/Outdoor furniture fabrics. Sunbrella Fusion has joined the most popular High Point Collection fabrics and combined it with handfuls of solids, textures and stripes in today’s trendiest colors.