Sunbrella fabrics are famous for taking on outdoor elements in stride. But did you know that this family-friendly fabric can be used inside, too? Here are some unexpected ways to incorporate this miracle fabric into your indoor and outdoor spaces.
Bring on the paw prints, sticky hands and slumber parties: Sunbrella fabric for indoors can handle them all! This thick fabric comes in a wide range of colors and is surprisingly soft despite its durability. You can even clean the colors with bleach!
Time spent in the sun is more fun when you’re protected. Sunbrella fabric has been awarded the Seal of Approval by the Skin Cancer Foundation, making it an ideal material for umbrellas (like our fabulous Premium Sunbrella® Round Umbrellas). Even better, the colors won’t fade in the sun like other canopy fabrics might!
Summer is best spent unplugged, connecting with loved ones over long chats. Create a comfortable outdoor space with cushions slipcovered in Sunbrella fabric, like our classic Torrey Outdoor Furniture Cushion Slipcovers. Happy hour spills are no big deal because slipcovers are so easy to toss in the wash.
Accent your indoor and outdoor spaces with a handful of gorgeous Sunbrella pillows. They come in classic colors and patterns that look good enough to live inside, but are made for the outside. Cozy up as the sun sets or lean back with a good book –- and with Sunbrella, mold and mildew aren’t a factor.
Keep sunshine at bay inside or divide up your outdoor spaces with drapes that can live indoors or out. Our expertly tailored Sunbrella® Indoor/Outdoor Grommet Drapes can withstand the elements, so you don’t have to worry about fading or bringing them inside when the rain clouds roll in.
- PB Air Slipcovered 4-Piece Sofa With Chaise Sectional
- Premium Sunbrella® Round Umbrellas
- Torrey Outdoor Furniture Cushion Slipcovers
- Sunbrella® Awning Stripe Indoor/Outdoor Pillow
- Sunbrella® Indoor/Outdoor Grommet Drapes
About the Author
Stacey Kennelly designed her first home in her parent’s laundry room when she was three. She’s since moved into her own place, thankfully, but one thing has never changed: She feels most at peace in spaces she creates. Today she is a writer, editor and multimedia storyteller in the San Francisco Bay Area.