Mimicking the passing scenery: Printacoustic by Carnegie

Carnegie launched a collection of textiles with digitally printed patterns pulled from nature.

Called Printacoustic, each semi-transparent piece of drapery is produced using 100 percent Trevira CS matte acoustic yarn, making them sound absorbent and giving them the ability to decrease noises in a room.

Printacoustic is available in four colorways, and is suitable for both windows and hanging panel applications.

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