New fabrics from Sunbrella inspired by German Bauhaus movement

Joe Ruggiero Collection fabrics (photo courtesy of Sunbrella)

Joe Ruggiero Collection fabrics (photo courtesy of Sunbrella)

Home decor authority Joe Ruggiero has tapped into his world travels to inspire his fabric designs for Sunbrella, and some of these designs will be showcased later this month during the October High Point Market. Inspired by the German Bauhaus movement – heavily shaped by modernism – Ruggiero uses shades of gray and off white along with textural interest to create a contemporary living space. Azore in colorway Slate adds a touch of softness while modular upholstered seating creates clean lines.

 

For a brand that started out as an industrial-grade awning fabric in only six colors, Sunbrella fabrics have come a long way. From awnings to marine to casual furniture, Sunbrella fabrics have led the industry with extensive styles and colors while providing unparalleled performance.

 

In the early 1990s Sunbrella unveiled its softer side with stunning fabrics targeted at the interior design trade and now available in design showrooms across the country, including Knox and Panoply. If you’re interested in seeing some of the many Sunbrella fabric samples in our design library, just give us a call at 770-251-4557.