Contemporary runner rugs – on stairs in a home or office over time worn down and become compressed and ugly from inevitable traffic. Worn carpet can be covered – and prevented – by installing stairs runner carpets on top of carpets. A runner carpet is a full-length extra blanket piece located along both the ladder and tread of each staircase step. Door carpets can be placed on the individual steps tops and give the same coverage as stair runners.
Ideas for install a stair contemporary runner rugs, vacuum staircase the carpet before installing the runner. Use different tools brush to extract deep dirt. Measure the length and width of the staircase. Find the exact middle of the stair width and mark it with a small chalk brand. Examine how much space should be on the edge of the runner; you must have equal measurement between the installed runner and the wall, and between the runner and the other wall or rail. Draw lines on both the rising and the staircase stairs to mark where the ends of the rug should lay. To find the length is necessary for the runner, start at the top step and measure the tread and rise for each step and where you want to place runner.
Then to install stair contemporary runner rugs, cut tackles strips to place on the back of the threads and at the bottom of each pitch. The tackles strips secure the runner in place without placing pins in the center of the runner, where they can carry stains in the rug or cause less bare feet damage. The tackles strips should be about 1½ inches narrower than the width of the runner. Secure seamless strip on the back of the tread and the bottom of the slope. Hammer seamless strip on the stairs using finishing nails that are long enough to penetrate the existing blanket and pillow and into the tree of the stairs.