Variety of settings: Elements collection by LebaTex

Commercial textile supplier LebaTex launched a new indoor/outdoor series of fabrics. The new Elements collection is suitable for a variety of settings, including pool decks, hotel rooms and living room spaces. The collection features eight patterns that range from pleated solids and plaids to bold stripes. Woven with Bella Dura yarns, the new textiles can be cleaned, are fade-, pill- and stain-resistant and are antimicrobial.

Founded in 1999 by product designer Stacy Garcia, and named after her great-grandmother Leba, LebaTex is a new York-based commercial textile supplier, producing fabrics with a focus on the hospitality and healthcare markets. Its fabrics are available with spill-proof Crypton or Nano-Tex sustainable finishes. LebaTex specializes in flame retardant drapery fabrics and offers dimmers, prints and solid textures, as well as 118-inch wide decorative sheers.

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