Visual stimulation: Xorel No Match wallcovering collection from Carnegie

Carnegie announced the Xorel No Match wallcovering collection.

The collection has three patterns–Arrow, Trace and Haze–to bring a contemporary and visually stimulating flair to a range of contract applications, including hospitality, healthcare and workspace. Materialized using Carnegie's proprietary fabric Xorel, the collection is a high-performance and sustainable alternative to PVC.

Customizable patterns can also be made-to-order through the company's Xorel Signature Program, providing a range of aesthetic and stylistic possibilities for designers.

Photo credit: Carnegie

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