In the kitchen, you need fabrics that can withstand traffic and spills, but do it with style
1. Sina Pearson’s Santa Fe Sun, from the American Southwest Collection with Nano-Tex finish, creates a stain barrier so spills bead up and can be wiped away, (T), sinapearson.com. 2. Thibaut’s Bolton-Woven, Courtyard collection, #W8454 in Palmetto, of 100 percent high-UV polyester that is mold and mildew resistant, (800) 223-0704, thibautdesign.com. 3. Duralee’s Contract, fabric #90847-41, Blue/Turquoise, with a combination of Nano-Tex and DuraBlock technology that forms a barrier to block stains, (T), Decoration & Design Building, NYC, (212) 752-4040, duraleecontract.com. 4. Carnegie’s Arrival, in polyurethane, available in 15 colors, with permanent silver antimicrobial properties, (T), (800) 727-6770, carnegiefabrics.com. 5. Numea, (from top to bottom) #267 and #135, made of 100 percent acrylic, mildew-proof and finished with DuPont Teflon® for more protection, (T), available at JAB Anstoetz, (T), D&D, NYC, (212) 486-1500, jab.us. 6. Clarence House’s Outdoor Lilly, #34328, (from top to bottom) beige, indigo, brown and black in 100 percent acrylic, for indoor and outdoor use, (T), D&D, NYC, (212) 752-2890, clarencehouse.com. (T) = to the trade only.