A natural runner rug is a stylish option for protecting your home’s walking surfaces while elevating your décor. What are you waiting for?
One of the primary reasons that someone may select a natural runner rug is eco-friendliness. Natural fibers are biodegradable with a charming rough texture, and they look beautiful with vibrant dyes. No matter what style of home you’re decorating, you’re sure to find an option you love from our collection.
For those who aren’t sure what they’re looking for yet, we’ve included a collection of professional designs below. Each one uses a natural woven runner rug to create a beautiful and inviting space:
Try placing natural fiber runner rugs throughout your home in the hallway and walking areas. This creates a cohesive design that will ground your home and give it personality. Plus, you can't beat several eco-friendly options in your home, making it all the greener no matter which colors you choose.
A jute runner rug works well in low to medium traffic zones. Jute is a durable natural plant fiber that’s popular around the world for home décor, and it offers an excellent layer of padding and insulation for the floor.
A sisal runner rug works well in medium to high traffic zones. Sisal is a natural plant fiber with even more durability than jute, and for this reason, you'll find it in commercial spaces as well as in homes.
A Closer Look At The Natural Rug Runner
Any time you purchase a new rug, reading the care instructions should be your priority. With natural fiber rugs, learning to keep your rug clean is even more critical. Read the manufacturer's instructions carefully to determine what your rug needs and what it cannot tolerate.
For example, jute cannot tolerate heavy water saturation and scrubbing. The combination of the two can break apart the natural fibers and damage the rug.
Is A Natural Rug Runner Right For Me?
If you love the look of these eco-conscious rug options, then treat yourself to a natural runner rug in your home! First, though, make a list that details what you need so you’ll be happy with your purchase from day one. The following list shows some of the specifics you might want on your list:
Size: Measure your hallway carefully and pick a runner rug size that leaves at least 12 inches between the edges and the wall.
Color: Base the color or colors of your rug on your existing décor and the palette of your space.
Thickness: Pick a depth that suits the location of your rug. Thick rugs, for example, can cause tripping for some people.
Style: If your home has a décor theme, look for rugs in a style that matches it.
Choosing The Perfect Natural Runner Rug
Compare your options after entering your preferences in the filters. Select the perfect one based on specifications and aesthetic appeal, and remember to buy a rug pad to keep your purchase in place! Pads also extend the life of your rug.
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