5833 Still Life

Inspired by the work of Henri Matisse, Still Life embodies the clarity and freedom of Matisse’s greatest paintings. Through simplicity of line and shape this pattern reinterprets the light, graphic nature that Henri Matisse became known for.  This 54” width indoor/outdoor textile, with its large-scale pattern and undulating color, creates a textured, ombre effect. With 7 rich, saturated and subdued colorways including Walnut, Blue Shadows and Dusk Sky, Still Life provides a dramatic focal point in any space. The Sunbrella® solution-dyed acrylic weft and Sunbrella® polyester warp allow for extreme lightfastness and boast an abrasion resistance that passes 75,000 double rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck). Delivering on Brentano’s continued commitment to green textiles, Still Life has received a Facts Silver sustainability certification and received the GreenGuard Gold mill certification. This bleach cleanable textile is durable making it ideal for high-traffic environments. 

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Description

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Collection:
Width:
54" [ 137cm ]
Contents:
73% Sunbrella Solution-Dyed Acrylic, 27% Sunbrella Solution-Dyed Polyester
Finish:
Indoor / Outdoor Stain Resistant
Repeat:
Approx. V 19-3/4" - H 13-7/8" [ V 50.17cm - H 35.24cm ]
Usage:
Indoor / Outdoor Upholstery
Weight:
20 oz [ 620.08 g/m. ]
Note:
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Green Story:

Additional information

Wear Test :
Over 75,000 Double Rubs (Wyzenbeek, Cotton Duck)
Fire Resistance :
Passes California Bulletin 117: 2013 UFAC Class 1 NFPA 260 Class 1
Lightfastness :
600 Hours Class 4.5 (AATCC 16)
Pilling :
Class 2.0 (ASTM D3511)
Crocking :
Dry: 4.5 Wet: 4.5 (AATCC 116-2013)

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