Highly-resilient: LebaTex's Fundamentals collection

Commercial textile supplier LebaTex launched its first in-house collection, Fundamentals. This new collection was designed with the hospitality, healthcare and commercial markets in mind, offering products that are designed and constructed to withstand use within high-traffic environments. Fundamentals showcases 21 stocked patterns, including five upholsteries and 17 draperies in 135 different colors. Draperies feature 118-inch sheers, silk-like qualities, crushed velvets and linen-like textures; while upholsteries include woven bouclés and a subtle plaid weaves.

Established in 1999, LebaTex specializes in flame retardant drapery fabrics and offers dimmers, prints and solid textures, as well as 118-inch wide decorative sheers. It was founded by Stacy Garcia and is based in New York.

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