Stair runners and carpets for wooden stairs
Do you have a staircase at home? Yes? Me too! Then you need a rug, right?
Mostly we occupy the staircase with a carpet, but we can still paint the wooden steps, which also feels comfortable. A stair climber offers both - he highlights the beauty of the painted or stained steps and adds a non-slip, smooth, soft surface for daily stair climbing at home.
Here we present five different ideas on how to make the wooden staircase look more interesting and comfortable.
Neutral sisal This natural textile fiber is a timeless selection and the neutral nuances in sisal are a beautiful backdrop for a dramatic effect on the floral wallpaper.
Traditionally from the 80s
Dramatic - If you want to create an eye-catcher, a stair runner with wide stripes is the perfect choice. These striking patterns enhance the dramatic contrast between the black and white shades in this staircase.
Black and white combination in the staircase
Geometric - For many years, the geometric patterns have dominated the textile world, and such a motif in the stair runner lends the ambience a contemporary look. Choose repeated patterns, play the staircase color, and choose patterns that complement them.
Dark wood and bright carpet pattern
offshore - A classic strip is a timeless choice that adds a coastal, rustic touch to the staircase. Dash & Albert offer a variety of variants and their easy guide helps you to make the stairwell as suitable and comfortable as possible.
Bright, warm atmosphere - colorful striped runner
If you do not want to use a stair runner or rug, opt for blue or green stripes. Be creative - lay tiles on treads.
However, there is something really nice about leaving the steps without any carpet or runners.
Extravagant, classic interior - lacquered steps
Comfortable small sofa under the stairs Green Stairlamp combines very well with the collection of paintings on the wall
Modern spiral staircase
Staircase - before and after