Embossed fabrics: Xorel 'Between the Lines’ by Carnegie Fabrics

‘Xorel Between the Lines’ by Carnegie Fabrics
Xorel Between the Lines

Carnegie Fabrics launched the Xorel "Between the Lines,” a line of sustainable fabrics that were embossed using graphic patterns. There are three collections available.

The Kaleidoscope collection has a symmetrical linear pattern, giving the illusion of floating shapes. The fabric is 100-percent IFR, PVC-free, antibacterial and available in eight colorways.

The Fractal Emboss line also uses geometry to create architectural patterns, with a 3D illusion. Similar to the Kaleidoscope range, the fabric is 100-percent IFR, PVC-free and antibacterial, but in contrast is available in a color palette including blue, yellow and black.

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Meanwhile, Fragment Emboss is decorated using an irregular geometric motif in a diagonal grid. The range is offered in a neutral color palette using PVC-free plant-based textile, Biobased Xorel.

Founded in 1950, Carnegie is manufacturer of textiles in North America, specializing in producing environmentally friendly fabrics.

‘Xorel Between the Lines’ by Carnegie Fabrics

‘Xorel Between the Lines’ by Carnegie Fabrics

‘Xorel Between the Lines’ by Carnegie Fabrics

‘Xorel Between the Lines’ by Carnegie Fabrics

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