Custom runners could be just what you need for your home. They offer impressive benefits that could serve you for years to come.
But as you shop, you wonder how these pieces are made. The truth is that construction matters and can even affect the lifespan of your flooring.
The making of a custom stair runner
Custom runners start with your choice of carpet flooring base for your new rug. Then, you can choose your specific fiber type, color, pattern, texture, and more.
Each choice you make layers into place for rugs that fit your specific criteria. For instance, choose a durable fiber or brand option if you need more durability.
Be sure to consider quality options from brands like Stanton, Couristan, and Godfrey Hirst. There's a perfect runner option for everyone, so consider all the options that work for you.
Additions you can live with
When you customize these pieces, you can have the binding of your choice. Tape, serging, and fringing are three of the most common options, and you can see them all here.
Specific bindings work best in certain spaces, and fringing isn't a good fit for stair runners. These need to be reserved for areas with less traffic and less vacuuming.
Visit us for your stair runner carpet
When you need the best runners and rugs, visit us at Vogel's Carpet & Flooring. We're here to ensure your flooring experience goes as planned.
Visiting our showroom means you'll find an outstanding choice of flooring materials. And when you're ready to shop, we'll work alongside you.
Be sure to visit our Seattle, WA showroom when you're ready for custom stair runners. We serve residents from the greater Seattle area, with a showroom on Aurora Ave. in North Seattle.