Carnegie Fabrics recently added four new patterns to its collection of Biobased Xorel textiles, specifically intended for the hospitality industry. Each of the bespoke patterns are tailored with a selective combination of twisted multicolour Xorel yarns and organic weave structures.
The plant-based and sustainable upholstery and wallcovering fabrics boast visually interesting surface characteristics and were inspired by the facades of 11th-century architecture, manor houses as well as classic wool and tweed suits; colour palettes include timeless neutrals that can be easily incorporated to interior hospitality and workplace settings.
Ashford features a climbing ivy-like motif overlayed against a cross-hatching weave structure. Suitable for upholstery, wallcoverings and vertical panels, it is offered in three colourways.
Presenting a silky appearance, Dover has a linear patterning with random striations that read as a subtle herringbone weave structure. Suitable for upholstery, wallcoverings and vertical panels, it is offered in five colourways.
Tactile and textural, Windsor’s dimensional tonal structure offers an interesting complexity and appears almost as a solid. Suitable for upholstery, wallcoverings and vertical panels, it is offered in seven colourways.
Reminiscent of a handsome wool suit, Galway has a herringbone pattern layered within a crosshatching weave structure. Suitable for upholstery, wallcoverings and vertical panels, it is offered in five colourways.
All of the 100 per cent polyethylene Biobased Xorel fabrics are sourced from rapidly renewable sugarcane, in a process that captures and sequesters 2.5 tonnes of carbon for each tonne used. The highly durable materials are PVC-free, stain-resistant, colour-fast, antibacterial and non-absorbent, and the proprietary yarns do not contain chlorine, plasticizers, heavy metals or toxic dyes.