If you've had the unfortunate luck of spending time in a hospital, then you've undoubtedly been exposed to unattractive textiles. But healthcare fabrics can be durable and beautiful, as illustrated by the new Stripes and Flowers Collection by Sina Pearson. With four patterns in 34 exciting colorways, Stripes and Flowers fabrics prove that bleach-cleanable, stain-resistant, exceedingly durable textiles can coexist happily with great design.
Sustainable, High-Performance Fabrics with GreenShield Finish
Woven of post-consumer recycled fibers with a GreenShield finish, the new Sina Pearson textiles contribute to LEED points. And their durability will benefit healthcare venues: a solution-dye process provides exceptional fade resistance and the GreenShield finish repels moisture.
"Infusing high spirits into large-scale public, contract and residential spaces," the Stripes and Flowers Collection incudes Happiness, a two-tone floral; Ribbons, a multi-colored stripe; Serendipity, a fine stripe; and Breeze, a tone-on-tone solid. Bold colors like Poppy, Anemone, and Bluebell are sure to brighten patient rooms and waiting areas. Other colorways are elegant and understated: Licorice, Dogwood, and Black Tulip, for example. All fabrics are woven in America.
For specifying information, visit www.sinapearson.com or call 212.366.1146.
About the Manufacturer:Sina Pearson Textiles designs and distributes upholstery fabrics for contract, institutional, hospitality, healthcare, and residential markets. Founded in 1990, the company is headquartered in Soho, New York City and its textiles are woven in the USA, New Zealand, and Europe.