Maples Rugs Non-Slip Hallway Runner Rug, 2.6×10-Foot
Last updated date: March 18, 2020
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With an eye-catching pattern and multiple colors and sizes, the Maples Rugs Non-Slip Hallway Runner Rug, 2.6x10-Foot will complement a wide variety of decors. The design is great for a hallway, kitchen, or entryway--anywhere you have a long strip of bare flooring. The rug is made from 100 percent nylon and a low-loop pile for stain resistance and plenty of durability. In our analysis of 20 expert reviews, the Maples Rugs Maples Rugs Non-Slip Hallway Runner Rug, 2.6x10-Foot placed 7th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Maples Rugs - Quality American Rug Since 1966 Since 1928, the Maples family has been manufacturing home textiles in the small town of Scottsboro, Alabama. We first went into business as the Maples Company making tufted chenille bedspreads, pot holders and robes. We later expanded into bath and accent rugs. Through 3-generational legacy, today Maples Rugs focuses solely on the tufted rug. We are a major driver in our local community and proudly boast that all of our manufacturing are done in the USA. Maples Rugs' Rebecca Kitchen Rugs Add fashion and function to your home with the Maples Rugs Rebecca area rugs or runners. The vivid abstract pattern Stands out beautifully against the solid background, available in 4 on trend color options. The Maples Rugs Rebecca area rugs or runners will make a statement in your home whether you choose to place the rug in your entryway, living room, or bedroom. 2'6" x 10' Runner Rug - Modern contemporary style with abstract geometric patterns. Minimal and functional addition with high versatile application that beautifully stands out in any solid background. Timeless Design with 100% Olefin Pile for Better Spill and Stain Resistance 0.44 Inch Pile Height, Low Profile to be Placed in Any Setting. Easy Care and Machine Washable Skid Resistant Latex Backing (No Additional Rug Pad Needed) Good Quality American rug manufacturer since 1928. Proudly made in USA Product Features Low Profile Low profile better prevents tripping over the rug and can be safely placed in doorway or entryway. Rubberized Backing Non-skid rubberized backing keeps the rug in place and protects the floor. Easy Care Tufted with stain and spill resistant material and can be machine washed for easy care.
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An Overview On Runner Rugs
As hardwood flooring has become popular, homeowners are increasingly looking for ways to brighten up small areas of the home. That long strip of hallway or a narrow foyer can seem bare, especially if you’re more of a minimalist when it comes to interior design. A runner rug is perfect for those spaces, giving you a pop of color while also providing a soft, cushy walking area.
But there are things to consider when you’re picking out a runner rug. Some rugs have a high pile height, which makes the experience of walking across them enjoyable. If your rug is going in a bedroom or hallway, this can come in handy, especially if you’ll be walking across it on the way to the restroom when you first wake up each morning. But you may also find this type of rug ideal for areas where you’ll be standing for long periods of time, such as the kitchen.
In many cases, though, you’ll find a runner rug has a lower pile height. There’s a reason for that. Lower piles make it easy to slide a rug under furniture. It can also withstand heavy use, making it great for an area of the home that gets more foot traffic. These rugs go better in areas like foyers and living rooms, especially if young children will be running across them and you’re concerned about tripping.
DYWM Fun Fact
Carpet has been around long enough to inspire a variety of popular sayings, including the phrase, “sweep under the carpet.” This saying has been traced back to the early 1900s and is believed to have been inspired by maids and housekeepers sweeping dirt under the carpet as a way to avoid having to find a dustpan and dispose of dirt the proper way. Since we associate carpet with something that spans the full length of a room today, the phrase “sweep under the rug” has become more popular in recent years. These days, it’s used to describe someone trying to hide problems by pretending they don’t exist.
The Runner Rug Buying Guide
- The first thing to look for in a rug is the backing. If your rug doesn’t come with nonskid backing, you’ll need a rug pad sized to fit your rug.
- There’s no getting away from aesthetics, though. A top consideration will also be how well the design of the rug meshes with your existing décor. A neutral rug will be more versatile, but you may choose to buy the rug and decorate to match.
- Durability can be a challenge with rugs, especially if you put one in a high-traffic area. Many runner rugs are made from polypropylene, which is both stain and wear resistant.
- Although you can always dry clean your rug, some are machine washable, making the occasional cleaning a breeze.
- Keep spot cleaner on hand for any spills or dirt buildup. You can go a long way without cleaning if you simply clean any stains as they happen and vacuum regularly.
- If you need a special size, measure the area and make sure you find one that fits. Many rugs are available in a variety of size options, and some can even be custom ordered.
- In addition to pile height, the edges of your rug affect whether it’s a trip hazard or not. Some rugs can bunch up on the corners, causing accidents, especially if they’re in high-traffic areas.