Razzle dazzle: Sina Pearson’s Jubilee collection

Sina Pearson, New York City-based designer/manufacturer of commercial textiles, introduced a new collection called Jubilee. Confetti, an indoor/outdoor fabric woven with Sunbrella Contract yarns, harmonizes with Sparkler, a glittery, sustainable polyurethane. Offered in various colorways, both patterns are beach cleanable, stain-resistant and durable. The twosome complements Pearson’s All Spaces and Geometry 101 collections and is ideal for contract, healthcare, institutional, hospitality and residential use.

Two patterns are available in a total of 19 colorways. The eight colorways, with names like Fruit Punch and Crayon, blend hues with neutrals for effects that pop. Confetti complements Sparkler, a shimmery polyurethane in 11 jewel tones.

Confetti — an indoor/outdoor fabric — is woven of 63 percent Sunbrella solution-dyed acrylic yarns and 37 percent Sunbrella polyester yarns. The solution-dye process ensures fade-, weather- and mildew resistance outside, and stalwart durability indoors. Sparkler — intended for indoor use — is 100 percent polyurethane. A score exceeding 86,000 double rubs (for Confetti) and 400,000 double rubs (for Sparkler) on the Wyzenbeek abrasion test exceeds the Association of Contract Textiles’ standard for high performance.

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