March 2, 2018
Durability is often one of the most important factors when it comes to fabrics designed for the contract industry. Unfortunately, it's not uncommon for style to take a backseat.
Noticing this void in the contract market, Carnegie has released a new luxury upholstery collection that blends durability with luxury. Called Inner Strength, the high-performance collection offers textiles that exceed 50,000 to 100,000 double rubs when tested for abrasion.
The collection comes in two styles: Beam, which resembles crushed velvet in a striped pattern made using chenille yarn, and Cross Stitch, woven using a traditional cross-stitch motif in a floral pattern.
Thanks to superior dyes and structural engineering, the fabrics do not require topical finishes to make them low maintenance and easy to clean.
For more information visit CarnegieFabrics.com.
Posted March 2, 2018 by staffwriternj