Carnegie introduces two new collections

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Carnegie is introducing two new fabric collections. The first collection, Lines & Shapes, is a compilation of fabrics designed by Laura Guido-Clark in conjunction with the Carnegie Design Studio.

In addition, Carnegie is introducing a new line of privacy fabrics ideal for healthcare, long-term care and wellness facilities. The collection includes four patterns: Adigio, Cadence, Cypress, and Minuet.

Lines & Shapes mixes whimsy with logic, the color combinations and design twists creates a modern feel with a twinge of nostalgia. Lines & Shapes includes seven patterns.

In the privacy fabric line, the Adigio pattern creates for a serene ambiance. Cadence features rhythmic lines throughout the cloth. With a calming, neutral palette, Cypress is a versatile pattern that works well in contemporary spaces. Minuet features a large scale leaf motif that dances across the surface of the textile.

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