Contemporary runner rugs are environmentally friendly and are made of old clothes, linens and other textiles. They are a collage of different fabrics and patterns together to make a hip looking rug runner. Rag carpet runners can be done in the home by crocheting, threatening, knitting or braiding a selection of fabric together. They can also be purchased in different home stores. These rugs give a funky look than traditional Persian styles, and work well in modern or eco-friendly homes.
You can also make a blanket run with a blanket from your home or get samples from a carpet shop. Cut the blanket to the desired size, use a sharp shaver for a clean cut. Bind pieces together to create a thrifty do it yourself carpet runs in your own unique style. Contemporary runner rugs are most often found on stairs and in walking areas. They can transform a staircase into a focal point at home, or add decorative flair to roads throughout the room.
Stair rods typically used to install and hold stair contemporary runner rugs in place. These prevent runners from slipping and causing falls. Entrance carpet runners usually sit on the loose floor, which facilitates cleaning and repairs. Carpet runners are long and narrow. They are typically three or four meters wide and 6-20 meters long, sometimes longer. The length depends on where they are being used. A six foot blanket runs can take place in a 20 foot walk, so you need to measure before buying or doing any runner.