Sunbrella’s line of shade fabrics are second to none for their outstanding combination of durability, breathability, water resistance and timeless style. These fabric collections are the perfect choice for both land and sea shading applications. When you need the best in sun protection, choose Sunbrella shade fabrics for your home and boat. Awnings, boat covers, biminis, sail shades, patio umbrellas — Sunbrella’s got you covered.
Sunbrella upholstery fabrics take the quality and durability of Sunbrella’s outdoor fabrics and add softness and style for inside your home. Versatile for indoor and outdoor use, combine Sunbrella upholstery fabrics with Sunbrella shade fabrics for a seamless transition between your indoor to outdoor living spaces. Choose Sunbrella upholstery fabrics for slipcovers, upholstery, window treatments, patio cushions and pillows.
For an indoor/outdoor upholstery vinyl, choose Sunbrella Horizon. Learn more >
Sunbrella fabrics can stand up to the power of bleach due to their innovative fabric-dying technique. Color saturates the core of the fibers, meaning Sunbrella fabrics can be safely cleaned with a bleach solution without losing color or fading.
Sunbrella stands behind their fabrics with an industry best 10-year limited warranty for shade and marine fabrics and a 5-year limited warranty for upholstery, specialty and decorative shade fabrics. See the Horizon warranty regarding microbial pinking.
Sunbrella’s North Carolina plant uses solar energy in an effort to lower emissions. This solar array generates enough energy to power 47 homes and has reduced the plant’s annual CO2 emissions by 1,000 tons.
In the spirit of eco-conscious practices, The “Recycle My Sunbrella” program allows U.S. consumers to mail in their old Sunbrella fabrics to be repurposed into other Sunbrella products.
Sunbrella believes in leading by example. With their focus on efficiency and sustainability, no Sunbrella manufacturing facility sends waste to landfills.
Sunbrella has attained the GREENGUARD Gold Certification for contributing to healthy indoor air due to Sunbrella upholstery fabrics’ low chemical and particle emissions.
Create Less Waste
Sunbrella fabrics are so well-made and long-lasting that you don’t have to replace them as quickly as other fabrics, thus reducing the amount of waste you create and shrinking your carbon footprint.
Sunbrella’s unique coloring process conserves more water than traditional dyeing processes, making Sunbrella fabrics not only fade-resistant but environmentally friendly as well.