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These sisal rug runners are as versatile as they are durable, and there’s something for every home.
Sisal is one of the most durable rug-making materials available, which is why it's perfect for runner rugs. Halls, entryways, and walking spaces see more traffic than any other area of the house, and the floor needs protection from soil and moisture. Unlike other rug materials, sisal can stand up to this and still look lovely after every cleaning.
The following ideas will give you insight into how a professional might use sisal rug runners in a home, and they might just inspire your next project:
When an interior decorator picks natural fiber rug runners for a home, they’re thinking about lasting durability and design. Not only do the color and texture help ground a space, but the rug won’t need to be replaced for years to come.
There's no point in a beautiful, expensive rug if your home is so busy that it becomes stained and worn in just a few years. But a robust sisal rug can serve even your home's entryway for decades if it's cared for properly.
Sisal comes in a light tan color, in most cases, which is an earthy neutral that can go with almost any palette or decorating style. So, if you love the idea of a durable rug that protects your home’s stairs, entryway, or halls, there’s no reason not to get a sisal runner rug!
Below, we’ve included some tips to help you find the right rug runner for your home:
Enter your size requirements in the filters and compare your favorite sisal runners to find one that will look great in your home. And remember to buy a rug pad to keep your purchase from sliding around!
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