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Spring Runners

    • Fill an Odd Space

      Use a runner in a kitchen with narrow floor spaces. Not only will it add warmth to the otherwise sleek surfaces, but it’s also an opportunity to infuse the space with a bit of personality.


      Tip: Opt for a lower-pile rug in the kitchen, since it’s easier to spot-clean.

      Photo: Patrick Cline/Lonny Magazine

      Fill An Odd Space
      • Use Like an Area Rug

        A runner can add just as much pattern impact as a larger style. Instead of hiding half of an area rug under your bed frame, lay a long and skinny shape to fill the area at the foot of the bed.


        Tip: This is the moment for a plush, high-pile rug. Your feet will thank you.

        Interior Design: Dransfield & Ross; Photo: Patrick Cline/Lonny

        Use Like An Area Rug
        • Layer for Impact

          Add a bit of pattern to the room in the form of a striped runner. Here, a flat-weave style is placed on top of a larger, natural-fiber rug. The runner becomes a focal point along with a delicate coffee table. A intimate seating area is arranged around the rug.


          Tip: This runner is small and lightweight enough to move around the house where it's needed.

          Photo: Patrick Cline/Lonny

          Layer for Impact
          • Try the Unexpected

            There’s no rule that says a bathroom rug has to be made out of terry cloth. Runners are perfect for spanning the length of double-sink vanities, and the variety of options gives you more style latitude.


            Tip: Be sure to put a nonslip rug pad underneath for safety’s sake.

            Try The Unexpected