Thursday, March 21, 2013


The technology of outdoor fabrics has advanced exponentially in the last 10-15 years, as has the variety of colors, textures and patterns available. The range of top-quality outdoor fabrics is bewildering, and many of the new fabrics look and feel like indoor fabrics. In fact, many people are now using outdoor fabrics for their indoor spaces, to take advantage of the resistance to fading and stains.

Do outdoor fabrics really live up to the claim of being UV, stain, and mildew resistant?  Absolutely – and they do a lot more than that.

At Hildreths we have many sources for beautiful outdoor fabrics:Beacon Hill:  Boussac, Chella
,Delany & Long ,Dogwood, Duralee, Fabricut, Kravet, Lee Jofa, Lulu DK, Norbar, Pierre Frey, Ralph Lauren, Robert Allen, Scalamandre, Schumacher, Silverstate, Stroheim, Stout, Thibaut, Trend, United Fabrics

By Karla Faloon

Interior Designer
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