Perennials Fabrics Introduces New Romantic Collection
By Amy • Jan 11th, 2010 • Category: Décor and Accessories • Print This Post
Shopping for new furniture can be a fun adventure, but it can also be quite frustrating if the particular chair, sofa, patio furniture or the like only comes in a couple colors or patterns you’re not too wild about. That’s why it can be a good idea to go through an interior design for your indoor and outdoor decorating needs. By doing so, you have the option of picking out the furniture that best fits your home—in other words, the bones—and then choosing a fabric you love to cover it, thereby creating a totally unique piece of furniture in the process.
One such fabric brand that will neither wear out easily nor go out of style too soon is Perennials Fabrics. Featuring performance-rated fabrics for both outdoors and indoors, Perennials Fabrics creates 100 percent solution-dyed acrylic solids, reversibles, prints, wovens, stripes, trims and sheers in a number of different collections to suit your design and aesthetic needs.
One of the newest Perennials collections is the Italian Renaissance-inspired More Amoré. Combining the 15th century romantic era with modern-day elegance, the More Amoré collection is suggestive of the walls of a Florentine basilica. The romantic colors and textures of the More Amoré collection are made even more impressive with the addition of over-printed patterns, like Tried & True, with its printed surface designs and Baroque Heart with its aged floral medallion printed with metallic inks. Other options in the More Amoré collection include the detailed Rendezvous option, the textured Gilty Pleasure, the opulent Pillow Talk and much more.
In addition to this new Perennials collection, the brand also includes some older assortments that are just as classic and may be better suited to your particular outdoor/indoor needs. Other Perennials textile collections include Aquaria, featuring bright colors and patterns suggestive of a lazy day in the sun; Catwalk, whose velvet surface is reminiscent of cat-like spots, from the Siamese to the Leopard; and Shinto Cloth, which uses a more neutral palette and draws inspiration from Japan’s Imari porcelain.
Created in 1997, Perennials Fabrics is committed to benefiting the environment and producing earth-friendly textiles. All Perennials Fabrics are independently lab tested and certified, meaning they are completely resistant to soil, water, UV radiation, tearing and abrasion. Plus, because Perennials Fabrics are 100 percent solution dyed, the color permeates to the fabric’s core, allowing each solution-dyed acrylic fabrics to be guaranteed by their colorfast warranty.
Perennials Fabrics are available to interior designers and architects in showrooms worldwide. For more information, visit www.perennialsfabrics.com