Carnegie is owned by the same family that founded it in 1950. While the industry has changed a great deal since then, Carnegie’s principles have not. Carnegie believes there are no substitutes for innovation, service and integrity. To all at Carnegie, creating textiles means much more than weaving yarn into fabrics.

In the 21st century, making the right decisions for the environment is the new integrity in business. Carnegie believes that even one company can make a difference. Leading by example they hope others will think critically about the materials we all design and use.

Carnegie understands that designers want to make the best decisions possible for creating healthy interior environments; this is why they constantly search for the latest environmentally sound materials each and every day. While Carnegie understands the latest certifications and codes, they believe there is a great deal more to know and discover. When sourcing new developments, Carnegie asks themselves the hard questions and seek honest answers. They use elements of sound reasoning, logic and common sense to help drive all their research. Carnegie remains the only textile/wallcovering company in this industry to have a PVC (vinyl) free policy.