Runner Rugs

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  • Erria Black 2.5'x9' Rug Options
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  • Chilewich ® Mosaic Grey Woven Indoor/Outdoor Floormat 26"x72" Options
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  • Chilewich ® Basketweave Carbon Woven Indoor/Outdoor Floormat 26"x72" Options
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Runner Rugs for Hallways, Kitchens & Outdoors

Down a hallway, through the foyer or in between rooms, runner rugs lead the eye through your space and tie together multiple areas for a harmonized home. A versatile piece of decor, rug runners complement entryways, living rooms, kitchens and existing area rugs. Not only do they offer a practical solution to enhance narrow spaces, rug runners effortlessly fuse fashion and function, adding a touch of elegance while protecting high-traffic areas. An ivory hallway rug runner can instantly elongate the space, while kitchen runner rugs provide a comfortable cushion underfoot as you prepare meals. When it comes to style, rug runners for hallways are staple accent pieces to complement your entryway while kitchen rug runners help set the tone for matching table linens. Whether you opt for a striking black runner rug, an outdoor runner rug for porches, or a washable rug runner that accommodates spills and messes, they adapt seamlessly to your lifestyle and decor.

Choosing the Best Rug Runner and Size for Your Home

No matter your home's style or size, learn how to choose a rug runner that fits your space. Runner rugs work equally well in both smaller rooms as well as bigger ones. For compact apartments, place a rug runner at the foot of the bed or near a dresser for an added touch of style. Plus, putting furniture directly on top of a floor runner is an easy way to give the space a feeling of cohesion. For hallways, a long rug runner can help protect the floor, while stair runner rugs add a touch of elegance to your steps. When it comes to comfortability, opt for washable rug runners, which make cleaning a breeze. When it comes to style, consider picking a runner rug color that complements pre-existing furniture and decor. For example, if your bedroom bench or bed frame is made of wood, carpet runners in warm shades such as brown or red bring out the best in those items. For the final touch, make sure you measure the intended area to determine the right runner rug size. A 2x6 rug runner is standard for hallways, while a carpet runner by the foot can be customized to fit your specific space.

Floor Runners: Cotton, Sisal & Jute Floor Runner Rugs

Floor runners extend beyond hallways and kitchens, making them an integral part of your interior design. With bigger homes, you have even more possibilities for your rug. Start near your entryway table, where a runner rug provides a place for guests to wipe their feet—and gives a stylish first impression. Continue adding floor runners into the kitchen near the sink for extra comfort underfoot when washing dishes. Plus, consider layering runner rugs in the living room for a modern look. They enliven whatever room they're placed in, so be sure to consider where in the home is able to accommodate their size. Additionally, the material of the floor runner you select influences how it feels in your space. Options such as sisal and jute rugs have natural appeal, while other materials provide their own singular touches. Whether you seek a kitchen runner rug to infuse warmth into your culinary haven or a floor runner rug that defines open spaces, the best rug runners provide a foundation that ties your decor elements together.