Step runners give life to stairs and extend your design choices
How to measure for a stair runner:
Count the number of steps. When ordering a stair runner from a bolt, you can figure 3 feet for every 2 steps, then add 1 foot for pattern match A good rule for runner sizes: leave 3″-4″ of floor showing on either side of the step for a good stair runner width. Another way to measure is multiply the number of steps times 20″, then add 7″ for the last riser. Divide this by 12″ and round off to the higher measurement.
For landings, add the total length and total width PLUS a pattern repeat. Pattern repeats can be found on the back of most stair runner samples.
Stair runners and carpeting can be confusing! If you need any help or have a question, please contact us. We would be happy to help you!
The following is a sample of custom stair runners we’ve made for customers.
Rosecore Stair Carpet on Pie Shaped Steps - Harcourt Octagon
Axminster Carpet Runner and Rug for Longwood University Rotunda
Stair Carpet on a Curved Staircase
Custom Greek Key Stair Runner
Custom Stair Carpet with an inset rope border
Custom Stair Carpet with a rope Border on curved steps
Stair Carpet runner with a Tapestry Finish
Custom Wilton Pie Shape Stair Carpet with Stair Rods
Stair Runner with Tapestry Edging
Sisal stair runner with Carolina Blue Canvas Binding
Louis De Poortere Stair Runner showing T shaped Landing
Wool Sisal Stair Runner with Acanthus Leaf Tapestry Border
Carpet Runner using Stanton Starwind pattern
Stair Rug Runner finished with tapestry - Matching L Shape Foyer Rug
Wool sisal Carpet Runner with upholstery cord edging