Discover the world of Well Woven runner rugs! Elevate your hallways, stairways, kitchen floors and more with cozy, colorful, and stylish accents. From Boho Runner Rugs to Outdoor Runner Rugs, our wide range of runners, features something for everyone. Worried about spills or stains? Don't be! Well Woven rugs are stain resistant and easy to clean with just a cloth. Washable runner rugs can even be washed in your washing machine. Make your home a haven with Well Woven runner rugs! Explore our collection today.
About Well Woven Runner Rugs
Well Woven runner rugs are long and narrow rectangular rugs designed to fit your narrow spaces. Made for your hallways, stairways, kitchen floors and more, their purpose is to add both functionality and style to high-traffic areas in your home, while protecting your floors.
Choosing the Best Runner Rug
Choosing the perfect runner rug for your home can be daunting, but we're here every step of the way. Consider these factors when shopping for a new runner rug:
Consider the rug pile based on your lifestyle and preferences. Low-pile rugs like flatweaves are easier to clean and are ideal for high-traffic areas, while high-pile rugs offer a plush feel for cozy spaces.
Opt for synthetic rug materials like polypropylene for stain resistance or natural fibers like jute or recycled cotton for a more eco-friendly choice. Let your needs and personal preference guide you to the perfect runner for your home.
A neutral color or jute runner rug is great if you want a versatile and timeless look that complements any décor. Alternatively, bold blue or black runner rugs make a statement piece that adds personality to your hallway or kitchen while hiding dirt and debris.
If your interior is more traditional, opt for classic patterns like Vintage runner rugs with medallions. For more contemporary and eclectic spaces, go for colorful or modern runner rugs. Don't be afraid to mix and match until you find what you love.
Nonslip runner rugs or runners with rug pads underneath can increase safety in high-traffic areas. They have the added benefit of keeping your runner rug in place on more slippery floors!
Where to Put a Runner Rug?
Runner rugs are best kept in long, narrow spaces that see high traffic.
Hallway Runner Rug
Aim for your hallway runner rug to be about 4 to 6 inches narrower than the width of the hallway to allow some floor space on each side. As for the length, it should cover most of the hallway, leaving a few inches of floor visible at each end. Remember to ensure the pile of your hallway runner rug is low enough that it doors can glide over without catching.
Kitchen Runner Rug
Kitchen runner rugs add functionality and style. In a galley kitchen and in a kitchen with an island, lay the runner rug parallel to the long walls of the room to create a visual path that guides the eye through the space. In an L-shaped layout, position the rug along the counter to unify the space. In a U-shaped kitchen, lay the runner rug in the central part, leaving enough space on either side to maintain a balanced and open feel.
Stair Runner Rug
Stair runner rugs add safety, comfort, and style to stairs while protecting them from wear and tear. Ensure the length of the runner rug covers the entire length of the step, including the riser, for a secure and aesthetically pleasing fit.
Stain Resistant Runner Rugs
No need to worry about spills or messes – all our runner rugs are stain resistant and designed to handle the messes of everyday life. We even offer washable rug runners for households that like to spend more time enjoying their space and less time worrying about how to keep it clean. Whether you're looking for a stair, hallway or kitchen runner, know that we have the perfect easy-to-clean runner rug for you and your family.
What Size is a Runner Rug?
There are many sizes of runner rugs. The most common runner rug sizes are 2'x5', 2'x7' and 3'x10'. However, custom runner rugs are also available up to 100' in length to fit your long space's needs.
Should Area Rugs and Runner Rugs Match?
There are no strict rules when it comes to matching your area rugs and runner rugs. Consider your individual style, the design of your home, and how you want the space to feel. Whether you choose to mix or match your area rugs and runners, the most important thing is that you love the way they look and feel in your home.