Sina Pearson Textiles

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150 Varick Street
New York, NY 10013-1218
About Sina Pearson Textiles
  • SINA PEARSON TEXTILES. Designer, manufacturer and distributor of contemporary upholstery fabrics for contract, healthcare, hospitality, residential and public spaces.
    Sina’s fabrics are known for their dimensional textures and lively patterns whose motifs and colors complement one another across collections. This also holds true for her outdoor designs, which are colorfast, weather-, mildew- and stain resistant.
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Products by Sina Pearson Textiles
  • Scandinavian Modern

    The Scandinavian Modern collection of upholstery fabrics is an homage to the designer’s Swedish heritage. Three coordinating patterns in a total of 32 colorways celebrate that iconic midcentury style, while featuring up-to-the-minute high performance properties. The flexible color palette... Read more
  • Italian Style collection

    The Italian Style collection from Sina Pearson Textiles brings the spirit of l’ultima moda to hospitality spaces calling for chic, streamlined sophistication. Taking its cue from the glamorous postwar era of Fellini, Venini and Gio Ponti, the six interrelated designs in 28 tonal colorways... Read more
  • Global Village collection

    Eco-friendly indoor/outdoor fabrics celebrate elemental patterns and nature-sourced hues of a universal visual language. Four patterns (simple stripe, abstracted floral, coiled basket weave, textural solid) found in artisanal textiles for centuries. 20 colorways inspired by “dyes taken from... Read more