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L to R: Kinzie Smoke Stripe, Kinzie Coal Stripe, Bedrock Sky, and Bedrock Smoke.

Treasure Garden Announces New Introductions to Fabric Collections for 2020

Friday, September 6, 2019

Treasure Garden will expand its extensive offering of umbrella canopy fabrics for 2020 to include the latest in colors, designs and textures from Outdura, one of the leading outdoor textile brands and from the Spanish brand, Docril. An expanded swatch book highlighting the new fabrics will be available during the 2019 Casual Market Chicago.

“Remaining current with regard to color trends and textile styles has always held an important place in the overall design of our products,” said Candy Chase, National Sales manager, Treasure Garden. “Our dealers look to us to make the latest colors and design styles continuously available for their presentations to consumers and commercial customers. This is a key to the entire Treasure Garden program.”

L to R: Paddock Aqua Stripe, Atlantic Beechwood, and Aquatic.

Soothing blues and sophisticated charcoal and grays are among the trending color stories that Treasure Garden will highlight for 2020. New introductions include colors, stripes and textured weaves. Among the textiles debuting are the new solid Aquatic (6407), Paddock Aqua Stripe (6666), Kinzie Smoke Stripe (6667), Kinzie Coal Stripe (6668), and new jacquard designs Bedrock Sky (6901) and Bedrock Smoke (6902) from Outdura. New fabric from Docril will be the Atlantic Beechwood (7823).

About Treasure Garden

Since 1984, Treasure Garden has manufactured the widest selection of shade products in the world. Treasure Garden offers more than 25,000 choices of shade umbrellas and accessories including designer outdoor rugs. Treasure Garden is a multiple winner of the Manufacturer of the Year Award for Shade Products by the retail membership of the International Casual Furnishings Association. (ICFA)
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