Saturday, October 20, 2012
New Outdura fabric collection provides fresh, fun way to color your patio
Stripes or solids?
DALLAS It’s official: I’m fabric obsessed. For the past few months, I’ve been looking for the perfect fabric to solve many design solutions in my new apartment. I’ve been searching high and low for the perfect print to reupholster my new counter stools, and my new patio furniture is just begging for some fresh throw pillows. Well, today I’m excited to announce that the search for the ladder has ended!
From the moment I set eyes on the Outdura Collection, I knew it would look perfect on my patio. I wanted to find something fresh, fun and bright — all things Outdura delivers in spades! A new collection from Pindler & Pindler, Outdura offers an exciting selection of solid textures and patterns.
Honestly, I’m having a hard time choosing the color scheme I’m going to go with. Black and white is a timeless fav, but there is something I just can’t resist about the turquoise, lime, and grey color combo. What do you think?
Why am I fretting so over the choice? Well, you see, these pillows are going to last a while. This collection is as durable as it is beautiful. In addition to offering cute colors and prints, the collection is made of Outdura performance fabric, which, according to the website, is breathable, fast-drying and resists moisture, fading, and mildew. All of the patterns in the collection have been woven with Outdura brand 100% solution dyed all-weather acrylic.
To make my final choice, I think I’m going to have to see these in person. To view these patterns, you can visit the Pindler & Pindler Showroom located in Suite 715 of the Dallas Design Center.
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