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<a href="http://www.sunbrella.com/landing/asidinterior/">Sunbrella</a>, long known for their durable outdoor textiles, is making a name for themselves with fabrics designed for interiors. Gina Wicker introduced a new bright pink color, which took around 5

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Originally appeared in High Point Market 2011
on April 7, 2011
&lt;a href=&quot;http://www.sunbrella.com/landing/asidinterior/&quot;&gt;Sunbrella&lt;/a&gt;, long known for their durable outdoor textiles, is making a name for themselves with fabrics designed for interiors. Gina Wicker introduced a new bright pink color, which took around 5
Sunbrella, long known for their durable outdoor textiles, is making a name for themselves with fabrics designed for interiors. Gina Wicker introduced a new bright pink color, which took around 5 years to develop, and their Renaissance collection (the neutral shades to the right) made of 50 percent recycled fibers. Most of their fabrics are produced a hop skip and jump from High Point in their 1,000,000-square-foot Anderson, South Carolina plant.

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