Upholstery collection: Game Theory by Carnegie

Carnegie launched a new collection of upholstery textiles, Game Theory, that combine texture and geometric patterns for wide-ranging looks and uses within commercial spaces. Game Theory is comprised of four textiles, each with a distinct construction, technique and aesthetic. All are high-performance, exceeding 100,000 double rubs, and two patterns join Carnegie’s Elements collection of upholsteries under $40 per yard.

Among the patterns are Constant, which is available in 17 colorways; Puzzle, which has shapes that twist and turn to create a playful, multi-colored jigsaw puzzle, and is available in six bold colorways; and Quartz, which has three-dimensional geometric shapes, and is available in 11 colorways. Meanwhile, Vector is a textural, two-toned solid, with the textile using a boucle yarn to create two-toned hues that soften any hard-edged interior; it is available in 10 neutral and saturated colors.

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