Carnegie have reinterpreted nostalgic patterns into a modern fabric collection.
Based on a collection that Laura Guido-Clark designed for Carnegie back in 1989, Lines and Shapes is made up of seven designs all inspired by childhood games. The patterns have been updated for the modern contract market and include patterns that are both whimsical and geometric. Surprising color combinations are mixed together to create a collection that evokes memories of younger, simpler days.
About the manufacturer: Carnegie is a leading manufacturer and innovator of textiles in North America. Since 1950, the family-owned company established a tradition of firsts, including the development of its own Xorel® fabrics, which provide a durable alternative to PVC materials and is included in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution. In addition, it has built a reputation for its ongoing and comprehensive commitment to the environment through all parts of its business cycle.