Natural colorways: Carnegie’s Muse collection of lightweight drapery

Introducing Muse, Carnegie’s latest drapery offering. Crafted using off-the-loom techniques, Muse is the company’s take on traditional plaid. Post-production, yarn is hand-pulled from the plaid pattern creating negative spaces, thereby making the drapes more translucent, allowing for both light and privacy. There are natural colorways and wider widths available.

Founded in 1950, Carnegie is manufacturer of textiles in North America. The company specializes in producing innovative fabrics while still being environmentally conscious. It is the first and only PVC free interior textile company in the industry.


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