Holly Hunt’s new Blurred Lines collection stuns with performance fabrics for indoors and outdoors

Photos courtesy of Holly Hunt

We’ve got some loud and clear opinions on Holly Hunt’s new Blurred Lines collection, which features dozens of luxurious, performance fabrics and textiles that aim to “blur the lines” between indoors and out.

Available in seemingly endless colors, patterns, and textures, outdoor picks (largely designed for upholstery and drapery applications) aren’t just made with 100% solution-dyed acrylic and suitable for adverse weather conditions, but they are also stain resistant, able to clean with bleach, mildew resistant. The collection was designed in collaboration with Assemblage, an Arkansas-based company run by Christian and Heidi Batteau, whose geometric patterns and bespoke wallcovering designs have inspired dozens of outdoor creations.

Interior fabric options are equally attractive with stunning aesthetics and finishes. From velvet and linen to canvas and specialty blends, textiles are created with premium yarns in some of the world’s finest mills – pillows, seat cushions, curtains and more of the highest quality. . The details are exacting, the textures are rich, and the possibilities are limitless with, according to a release, “archival couture designs, organic shapes, double-width sheers, and a sublime cotton-velvet turtle pattern.”

But don’t just sit here and read about them – see, feel and truly experience the extraordinary performance fabrics in person at Holly Hunt’s showroom in Minneapolis’ International Market Square. 275 Market St., #234, Minneapolis, 612-332-1900, hollyhunt.com

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