Multi-Housing News writes about the use of wallcoverings in multifamily spaces.



Designing multifamily interiors is a challenge in creating an inviting ambiance while meeting safety and performance requirements. Although wallpaper may seem like the perfect solution to meeting the standards of a commercial property, most wallpapers are made of PVC (vinyl) and derived from chlorine chemistry. The manufacture, use, and disposal of PVC have possibly harmful side effects, making it an environmentally controversial material. As a result, many architects, consumer companies, and healthcare organizations no longer work with PVC.

Carnegie's PVC-free wallcoverings keep up with design trends and comply with today's ever-stricter green expectations. Nine new additions to the Xorel, TPO, and Durable Woven collections offer diverse options for style, price point, and performance.

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Xorel

TPO

Carnegie is PVC Free