Tone on Tone: I chose a wool sisal style staircase runner with very narrow binding. It's installed about 3 inches from the sides (and cut out around the newel post) in the Hollywood style, which is tailored and bespoke. The big area rug is the same, but with a different binding. Larger area rugs do wonders for small spaces!
Stylish Solutions for Awkward "Dead Zone" Spaces
Stylish Solutions for Awkward Spaces You're Not Sure How to Tackle | Tight corners, the space under your stairs, the tops of cabinets—these awkward spaces are the great equalizers of design. Here are some ideas to help you tackle these dead zones.
A runner is a classic way to accentuate your stairs with pattern and color. Go the traditional route with a single motif climbing the steps, or add an eclectic twist by combining vintage runners for a one-of-a-kind look.
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