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With fabric, and especially outdoor fabric, your possibilities and capabilities for use are literally endless. Where products such as furniture or accessories and decor are limited to intended and specific purposes, outdoor fabric covers everything from patio cushions to gazebos and awnings to outdoor curtains. More 
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Creating a comfortable and luxurious outside lounge area with the aid of outdoor fabric is literally as easy as 1, 2, 3 — with a little DIY creativity and a stitch here or there, any patio can be instantly transformed with a few casually strewn outdoor cushions or intentionally hung fabric panels.

Use outdoor fabric for outdoor cushions.


For an inviting outdoor dining area designed for comfort and hours of lounging, use outdoor fabric to create some decorative yet functional outdoor chair cushions. Stripes, solids and other classic graphics can complement a traditional dining set, while floral and paisley floor cushions could create a more relaxed, eclectic, bohemian vibe.

Create awnings and outdoor curtains.


Once you have created a comfortable place to sit out and enjoy your deck or patio, the beating sun may make you wish that you had a nice overhang or shade structure to protect you and your pillows from the heat and from fading in color. Outdoor fabric saves the day again. Hesitant about outdoor curtains? Don’t be. They are great sun shields on a hot day, create intimate outdoor dining spaces at night, and can be easily be tied back when not in use. If you’re looking to create the perfect outdoor room, then make sure to include outdoor curtains as your go-to sun blockers.

Add outdoor fabric to existing patio structures for added shade protection.


Pergolas, trellises, or other outdoor structures provide a perfect base for draping swaths of outdoor fabric across the canopy for a casual yet sophisticated outdoor shade structure. Dappled light penetrates the space without bathing you in too much heat. For those of you who want to incorporate outdoor fabric directly onto your house, consider window awnings. They create a classic air of sophistication that is reminiscent of old school beach resorts and country clubs. Plus, it’s a great source for personal expression.

Consider using outdoor fabric inside.


If you’re a destructive one like me, don’t feel like you need to limit your outdoor fabric use to strictly the outdoors. There is a growing trend to bring the indoors out, as well as bringing the outside in by blurring the boundaries between spaces. Waterproofing and other material capabilities create extremely durable upholstery — perfect for homes with young children or pets.
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