Sunbrella is a leader in performance fabrics for awnings and shade applications, marine tops and covers, indoor and outdoor furniture, accessories and more.

Sunbrella  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. Today, Sunbrella is used in a variety of innovative products that offer creative solutions for consumers and the design community.

Its continued focus on innovations in sustainable fabrics led to the development of the Sunbrella Renaissance line. Renaissance yarns are produced from reclaimed fiber, yarn and fabric waste and then used for new Sunbrella products like Sunbrella Renaissance Rugs for indoor and outdoor use as well as a new line of upholstery fabrics anchored by the award winning Heritage fabric available in 12 beautiful colors. Both of these new products combine 50% recycled content with 50% virgin fiber to ensure the performance that you’ve come to expect from Sunbrella.