Sunbrella was founded in 1960 with the idea that fabrics should be beautiful, functional, and log-lasting. The company created a canvas that was more durable than cotton and could adapt easily to any shade structure. The versatility of its products is perfect for indoor and outdoor applications, whether residential projects as upholstery fabric or for the marine market. The brand’s development team collaborate with talented designers from around the world to produce textiles that have exceptional performance.
The success of Sunbrella relies on the strong products it produces, which are resistant to fading and degradation from chemical exposure and sunlight, thus are easily adopted by different industrial applications, as well as for residential use.
Sunbrella fabrics are manufactured mainly in plants located in China, France, and the USA. From these locations, the company can meet the demands for durable fabrics from its international clients, and deliver them in a short period.
All the fabrics produced by Sunbrella are the result of the collaboration of design teams operating in Europe and the United States. The expertise of these textile designers is used to deliver a diverse catalog of designs, collaborative collections, and custom line development. The group also travels constantly to gather inspiration to produce new color palettes and designs so that Sunbrella’s fabrics are not only durable, but can be used harmoniously with the current trends in home décor and marine needs like biminis, boat tops, covers, dodgers, sun bands, and sail covers.
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