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The five patterns that comprise HBF’s Fall 2019 collection were inspired by time spent at a cabin in the woods. The casual yet polished high-performance textiles are equally effective in a contract environment as in a residential setting, offering durability, timelessness and texture with visual interest.

Roy’s Cords utilizes a proprietary ring spun chenille to mimic the look and feel of classic corduroy and is comprised of 19 per cent recycled polyester. The upholstery textile is available in seven fade-resistant and light-fast colourways. 

Referencing fishermen jackets and picnic blankets, the large windowpane of Picnic Plaid is enhanced by two modern accent lines. Made from 67 per cent post-consumer recycled polyester, the fabric is suitable for wrapped panel and upholstery applications and is offered in seven vibrant hues. 

A faux leather with a time-worn appearance, the softly textured All Terrain works well in relaxed settings. A proprietary chemical bonding makes the 100 per cent polycarbonate surface resistant to most staining; seven landscape-inspired shades are available and it’s approved for upholstery and wrapped panel applications. 

Reminiscent of the flannel lining of a sleeping bag, Happy Camper is a polyester-acrylic blend chenille featuring a speckled yarn mixed into the weave that gives it a glint of colour. The palette for the upholstery fabric is made up of seven vibrant colour combinations. 

Like the cozy winter clothing it’s named for, Sweater Weather has a classic and comforting design. Rendered in a blend of Sunbrella’s heavy-duty solution-dyed acrylic and polyester fabrics, the material is fade-resistant and water- and stain-repellent; seven woodsy inspired colourways are available.  

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