Sunbrella debuted as an alternative to cotton, the most popular awning fabric at the time. Sunbrella, a fabric made of acrylic fibers with pigmentation added prior to extrusion, offered the rich look and feel of cotton, but did not fade or degrade. Even in the brightest Caribbean sun, Sunbrella offered years of carefree service with a warranty that was unheard of in the marketplace. A product so drastically different from anything else available, Sunbrella grew to be trusted as the awning fabric that was guaranteed against the elements. Thanks to intricate jacquard weaving, innovative yarn constructions and advanced fabric finishes, the design and manufacturing teams at Glen Raven created Sunbrella fabrics that match the look and feel of fine interior fabrics. The same fabric that you trust for your outdoor upholstery is beautiful enough to transform the way you view the performance of indoor fabrics. Today you will find Sunbrella throughout the home: from decks, patios and poolside, to dining rooms, family rooms and even kitchen and bath.