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.
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.