Carnegie Introduces Two Vibrant Upholstery Textiles

March 31, 2017

Carnegie introduces Bolt and Moto, two upholstery textiles that are extremely suitable for sofa, chair and ottoman applications. Stunning with colorful hues, these textiles also possess exceptional durability appropriate for pieces subjected to daily heavy wear.

Bolt:

A sophisticated crushed velvet with a modern twist, featuring neat row of an arrowhead motif that are woven in vivid, bold hues. The fabric has a distressed look due to variations in surface reflection, adding character and a pop of color in a wide range of contract settings. Offered in 4 colorways, this high –performance textile has passed California Technical Bulletin 117 – 2013 fire retardancy standard and has an abrasion rating of 100,000 double rubs.

Moto:
Influenced by forward motion, Moto’s texture offers subtle geometry in a PVC-free soft polyurethane construction, simultaneously providing aesthetics and comfort regardless of the end use. This high-performance textile is cleanable as tough stains such as ball point pen & marker can be wiped off using a dry cloth. Offered in 11 colorways, the textile has also passed California Technical Bulletin 117 – 2013 fire retardancy standard and has an abrasion rating of 250,000 double rubs.

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