J. Ennis Fabrics Weaves Shine and Simulated Leather into 2011

J. Ennis Fabrics has released its latest contract fabrics for 2011. While preferences range from abrasion, construction, content, and eco-friendly to fire retardancy, mildew, protective finish, and railroaded pattern, as well as style, ultraviolet and uses, four fabrics to watch for include Hopscotch, British Sterling, Gran Reserva and Promessa.

J. Ennis Fabrics Hopscotch

Hopscotch

Merging patent shine and matte finish, Hopscotch features checkerboard vinyl made for hospitality, healthcare, marine and automotive. Three colors of the fabric's 13 include Molasses, Copper Kettle and Black Magic (pictured left).

 
J. Ennis Fabrics British Sterling

British Sterling

With the look of wool flannel and the performance of a contract vinyl, British Sterling distinguishes itself from fabric by its hand drape ability. Condusive to public area use, its protective surface is cleanable, durable and antimicrobial.

 

J. Ennis Fabrics Gran Reserva

 

 

Gran Reserva

Featuring a simulated leather, Gran Reserva from Enduratex was inspired by California vineyards. Boasting a subtle grain and microfiber backing to add to the allure, the fabric is available in 12 colors for use in hospitality, restaurants, RV, healthcare, residential, marine or auto.

 

 

J. Ennis Fabrics Promesa

 

 

Promessa

Featuring the look of leather, minus its inflexibility, Promessa is a durable, anitmicrobial polyurethane. As well as it's being easily cleaned and stain resistant, its attributes include its eco-friendly and PVC-free factor.

 

 

For more information, visit www.jennisfabrics.com.

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