Legrand Shading Systems is excited to announce the launch of its new line of fabrics, featuring designer collection from Coulisse, Twitchell, Phifer and more. Fashion-forward and functional, the new curated collections feature decorative, solar screen, sustainability-minded and room-darkening options, bringing Legrand’s total fabric portfolio up to 753.
“Windows are one of the most distinct design elements of any home or business, and they should be outfitted that way,” said Charlie Derk, Director of Product Marketing, Shading and Residential Controls, Legrand North America. “Our latest collections have been expanded and curated to reflect today’s style trends, delivering many decorative window covering options that can pair with black-out fabrics to create the most functional yet beautiful window treatments available.”
The New Designer Shade Fabrics Offer Light-Blocking, Solar Protection and Sustainable Options
According to Legrand, the collections will open a variety of options for designers and integrators to dress out spaces on projects. Some of the collections being added to brand’s portfolio include:
- Several Coulisse collections reflecting European style with textures and colors inspired by nature. These include Como, Hampton, Mexico, Mombassa, Salvador and Santiago styles.
- The ‘laid-back luxury’ and ‘all-American boho feel’ of Twitchell’s EarthTex and Shadeview solar screen collections.
- The sustainability-focused Phifer fabric line, which, Legrand notes, features stylish, high-performance fabrics with several certified sustainable selections. This has been expanded with additional colors, lighting-filtering and black-out choices, including an aluminum-back-performance-plus option.
- Legrand’s new Blackout collection, which offers a variety of black-out styles and shades, whether customers want a dark, goth-inspired look or a summery light color that will still keep sunrays out.
For windows that need the option of both lighting filtering and room darkening, Legrand also notes it has several matching light-filtering and black-out fabrics available, which utilize one set of brackets for two shades. These new fabrics, according to the company, are meant to pair with Legrand Shading Systems’ new Designer Series decorative brackets and hembar endcaps.
Legrand Shading Systems has is also announcing that it has launched two new fabric books packed with all the new fabrics, as well. Dealers can order the new books featuring Coulisse and the other new high-end fabric collections on the online service center (OSC) or from their customer service rep. Fabric swatches can be ordered here.