Ultrafabrics partners to offer new textile sample system

Mercato Place allows the company to share its materials with a wider audience.

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. – Ultrafabrics has partnered with Mercato Place, an online resource where interior designers can quickly access textile samples.

“This partnership is important for Ultrafabrics because Mercato Place allows us to share our materials with a wider audience and there is also a sustainability component, which is in line with our vision of conserving resources and reducing our impact,” said A.R. Swan, Ultrafabrics marketing director.

Mercato Place carries the full breadth of Ultrafabrics’ samples, with in-depth information about each product that can be found through a search engine. This allows specifiers to get informationabout exactly what a product looks like and how it performs, while being able to navigate comprehensive industry compliance and standards.

“As a global leader in 11 markets, Ultrafabrics’ products meet and exceed dozens of industry standards for performance, sustainability, and quality,” Swan added. “Mercato Place is a trusted tool to help customers easily navigate this and find a solution that gives them the tools to do their jobs.”

Ultrafabrics’ investment in innovation, research and development has resulted in a range of polyurethanes suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, according to the company. The brand’s growing client list of brands spans many industries, including residential and contract furniture.

“We are thrilled to count Ultrafabrics as one of our partner brands,” said Ray Sayers, Mercato Place founder and president. “Specifiers come to us because they know that they will find the best companies and the best products to choose from. Ultrafabrics is a leader in the industry and an integral part of the community we are building at Mercato Place.

Mercato Place is a free online resource and service for interior designers to explore materials and trends, search easy-to-use resource libraries and order free textile samples curated from textile manufacturers and distributors.

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