Rug for Stairs certainly serve a practical purpose but the design possibilities of it are pleasantly surprised many people. Most regular rugs after all don’t quite work on a stairway’s surface like “slip n’ slide” thing but no reason to do without the look and feel of what a rug can provide for a boring stairway.
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Rug for Stairs are tightly woven using wool, nylon, synthetics, or material blends with a smooth but not slippery feel. Even in areas of heavy traffic, the flexible flat weaves are resistant to damage, stains, and fraying, they also look new for years.

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Due to a wide range of architectural styles, few homes have identical stairways so rug-makers have made even more practical rug runners for stairs. There are many sizes available for different dimensions, including some that are as long as 100 feet (maybe longer). These longer sizes are usually made through custom order. Standard lengths include 8’, 10’, 12’, 24’, and 28’, with the shorter varieties ideal for short sets of steps.

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There’s no reason to fret if you have a home with an unusual stairway length. Many companies can produce custom-length rug runners that will fit your staircase like a second skin and it’s definitely worth looking into.
They’re able to accommodate any set of steps and risers because Rug for Stairs don’t have individual stair shapes woven in to the pattern.
To ensure a solid fit, some people fasten the Rug for Stairs permanently using carpet tacks, adhesive, or similar attachments. With this permanent fastening, you can keep your rug runner firmly attached with no added hardware needed.

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