VIDEOS

In this edition of the Sunbrella Durability Challenge, our fearless Sunbrella quality control technicians take on two messy tween girls determined to leave their mark on white Sunbrella indoor upholstery.

In this edition of the Sunbrella Durability Challenge we take on life’s spills and stains: red wine, chocolate syrup, ketchup, blueberry pie filling and Mother Nature’s favorite, mildew.

Inspired design. It's what goes into the making of beautiful Sunbrella fabrics. The idea for every Sunbrella fabric starts with a spark of inspiration, which is then carried throughout manufacturing until the fabric reaches your home. Follow the process through our main manufacturing facility in Anderson, S.C.

Sunbrella partnered with Architizer, the largest online community of architects and designers, to crowdsource the latest thinking on shade innovation. The Future of Shade competition asked for new, innovative visions in shade design.

World Inspired Room Designs introduced at the High Point Furniture Market for Sunbrella, Gat Creek and Miles Talbott. Also featured Wildwood Lamps,Textillery Throws, Phoenix Trims, Casa Fiori Drapery.

News Releases

SEP 18 2017

Introducing Sunbrella® Performance Zippers for Marine Environments

Glen Raven Custom Fabrics, the maker of Sunbrella® performance fabrics, has agreed to a licensing partnership with IDEAL Fastener Corporation, one of the world’s largest zipper manufacturers. The partnership has given way to the first high-performance, bleach-cleanable zipper for marine environments, launching at IBEX, September 19-21 in Tampa, Florida. “The…

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SEP 05 2017

New Sunbrella® Fabrics Bring 'Makers' Artistry to the Industry

Representing innovation, precision and heritage, the new Sunbrella® Makers Collection by Glen Raven Custom Fabrics is centered around the principles shared between time-honored handweaving and modern manufacturing, bringing the grit of traditional artisan techniques to the industry. “There is an intimate connection between the skill required to create a textile…

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