Distinctive looks: Uncommon Threads collection by Carnegie

The collection uses unorthodox raw materials to make up a line of panel textiles that are distinctive in texture.

Carnegie launched a new collection of textile designs, the new Uncommon Threads collection, which uses unorthodox raw materials to make up a line of panel textiles that are distinctive in texture.

Code by Carneige was inspired by braille and dot matrix, with the pattern made possible by weaving shifting lines across the textile surface. A hint of reflective tape yarn is intertwined on the fabric to create more volume and dimensions. Carve uses neutral color like beige, and the raw fiber-looking pattern undulates on upholstered walled as though they are ripples and crevices. Meanwhile, Stitch—which looks like a Chinese embroidery pattern—is available in multiple shades of red.

 

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