• Style with Staying Power - Introducing Solstice: Indoor/Outdoor Sunbrella® Fabrics

Style with Staying Power - Introducing Solstice: Indoor/Outdoor Sunbrella® Fabrics

Feb 2018

Designed for active living and exposure to the elements in mind, Thibaut introduces Solstice—a collection of Sunbrella® indoor/outdoor fabrics that have style with staying power. Durable, cleanable, fade-resistant and worry-free, Sunbrella fabrics are perfect for high-traffi c areas like family rooms, kitchens, and playrooms as well as outdoor entertaining on patios or poolsides. These fabrics are ideal for headboards and bedding as they can be washed without shrinkage and can be cleaned with all types of detergents—even bleach. Just as versatile as they are resilient, Thibaut’s soft and luxurious Sunbrella fabrics range in natural hues from fl ax, linen and sterling grey to spa and marine blues, grassy green and heathered violet. Patterns in the Solstice collection include rich textures and plains, chevrons, exuberant ikats and a signature sunburst motif that are all woven with 100% solution-dyed acrylic yarns.

Archer Chevron aims to please with its impactful scale. You can’t help but be drawn to its supple bouclé yarns.

From the land of sunshine and samba, Bahia Woven’s large-scale sunburst medallions come in many colors including crisp grass green, bright aqua, spa blue and heathered indigo, sterling grey and violet.

Gemma has a detailed exchange of warp and fi ll yarns that are as carefully cut as a precious diamond. It is a great chair-scale pattern.

Hollis Herringbone takes Sunbrella acrylic yarns to a new level. Evocative of linen, this pattern was designed with interiors in mind—ideal for a living room sectional or a tailored tight seat.

Indira is the Hindu Sanskrit word for “beauty” or “splendor”. This enchanting ikat draws on a rich tradition of Indian weaving. The soft, marled chenille colors create richness in contrast to the flat ground.

Like a jazz musician, Interval Matelassé experiments with a simple repeating motif. Dimensional vertical bars are offset against a horizontal ottoman weave creating a modern matelassé. Only available in white, this pattern is multidirectional and can be used railroaded or up the roll. It is machine washable which makes it ideal for bedding, slipcovers and upholstery.

Like an elaborate labyrinth, Minos was built with structure. This brainteasing pattern has a half-dropped repeat.

Cool and creative, Kenzie is a versatile pattern that integrates chenille, boucle and heathered yarns to create a textural surface. As an active plain, Kenzie makes for a good basecloth with tons of visual interest.

Mainstay has subtle irregularities you’d associate with linen. It’s a super practical basecloth with heathered richness. It’s a great supporting fabric for other patterns in this collection.

Derived from elaborate Japanese traditions of indigo dying, Suki is a modern plaid with room to breathe and lots of interest.

Like Shakespeare’s heroine, Ophelia is carefully crafted with subtle stitching used to allude to classic ogee, diamond and even floral shapes. This pattern has a dramatic scale that is ideal for bedding.

The decorative band of chevrons gives a timeless look and feel to Saybrook Stripe. This modern and contemporary companion is a great supporting fabric.

Tempo is a dynamic flame-stitch ikat stripe utilizing 8 different fill yarns. This pattern has a lot of energy and rhythm that makes your eyes dance.

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