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Tell your feet you love them with a shag rug runner in your hall. You’ll instantly add extra cushion, warmer floors, and—best of all—a touch of luxury to your walking space. What’s not to love?
A shag rug runner is a perfect choice for a kitchen, living room, hallway, or any other walkway in your home. Shag rugs have come a long way since the 70s, and you'd never know they're related to today's modern rugs if it weren't for the name. They're now popular in homes around the globe, and interior decorators love using them as runners.
Though a shag runner rug might seem impractical, it might be just the thing your home needs. It’s a gentle way to transition your home’s décor in hallways, and a beautiful method of defining the living room walking path.
The following ideas are inspired by the many ways an interior decorator might use a shag runner rug:
One area you should not put a shag runner rug is the home’s entryway. This area is typically subject to excess soil, moisture, dirt, and stains, not to mention high traffic. All of this wear and tear can shorten your rug’s lifespan.
Shag rugs are all about texture. How they look and feel completely changes a room’s decor, requiring hardly any effort on your part, and they work well in minimalist homes. Any home can accommodate a shag rug runner, though, as they're available in hundreds of styles and colors.
The shag texture is particularly important, as it’s associated with:
These fantastic associations offer insight into why you might use shag runner rugs throughout a home. Who doesn't want their entire house to make a person feel cozy, safe, and happy?
If you have a hallway or walkway that isn’t at the front of your home—and most houses do—a shag rug runner will work perfectly. You’ll want to choose a style and color that suits your existing décor and pay attention to size, so it fits nicely.
The tips below will help:
Use the search filters to make the hundreds of options more manageable, and don’t forget to add a quality pad. Runners notoriously slide without rug pads, and they offer the bonus of extra cushioning for your feet!
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