Indoor/outdoor fabrics: Majalis and Numayla by Brentano

Introducing two Sunbrella fabrics added to the Studio Collection by Brentano: Majalis and Numayla indoor/outdoor fabrics.

Majalis takes its design cues from the Asiri women of Saudi Arabia. It includes a mix of patterned stripes, from cones, triangles, diamonds, circles, and scallops. The colors emphasize the blue skies and gold sands of the Arabian peninsula. Cloves is full of tans, browns, golds, and grays. Indigo blends lapis and turquoise. Other colorways include brown Arabica, orange Senna, and green Alfalfa.

Meanwhile, Numayla is the textural companion to Majalis. The fabric’s eight colorways offer subtle striations. There are five contemporary neutrals—Black Pepper, Date Palm, Cumin, Almond, and Shaybah; and three bold hues—Henna, Juniper Berry, and Globe Thistle.

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