Maples Rugs Washable Vintage Pelham Hallway Runner

Last updated date: May 24, 2022

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9.3

Maples Rugs Washable Vintage Pelham Hallway Runner

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Overall Take

Here's an affordable, Made in the USA fade-resistant hallway runner that offers more of a vintage style, with a 0.44-inch low-profile pile height made from 100% nylon fibers.


In our analysis of 14 expert reviews, the Maples Rugs Washable Vintage Pelham Hallway Runner placed 4th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Maples Rugs Pelham area rug or runner adds a vintage style to a traditional scroll design. The dual colored design features highlights to give off a luster-like sheen. The Maples Rugs Pelham area rug or runner has a style that will be a focal piece from entryways, living rooms, to bedrooms.

Expert Reviews

User Summarized Score

9.4
31,702 user reviews

What experts liked

Low-pile, non-skid, and machine washable—the perfect runner in our book.
- Elle Decor
The rug’s topside is made from soft nylon microfiber for a delightfully soft feel, and its underside features nonslip latex that grips the surface of the floor snugly to keep the rug in place.
- Bob Vila
Colorful without being bright, this sage-and-cream runner comes in at an attainable price point, which makes it one of our all-around top picks.
- Martha Stewart
The mat's rubber backing makes it slip-resistant on any floor type, ensuring maximum user safety.
- Product Reviews

What experts didn't like

An Overview On

Hallways probably get the most foot traffic in your house, and runners can protect your flooring while adding decorative, practical touches to your living space. The sizes can range from 2 to 3 feet wide by 6 to 14 feet long, but custom sizes are often available.

When placing a runner in a hallway, allow for 3 to 4 inches all the way around, including the ends, for the best fit, unless it’s an exceptionally long corridor. If the hall is very short, you may want to opt for an accent rug instead.

Look for hallway rugs that complement your décor without being too “matchy-matchy.” Popular styles include traditional, vintage, bohemian (boho) and geometric. The most expensive ones will be made from wool, which is soft and durable but non as stain-resistant as some other materials; it also can’t be cleaned in washing machines.

Synthetic polypropylene and nylon are durable, less costly, stain-resistant and suitable for high-traffic areas. Manufacturers can also make Hallway runners out of cotton; you can often clean it in a washing machine like some synthetic materials.

Unless you’re placing it on a carpeted floor, your rug should have a non-skid backing. You’ll find ones that have this made out of rubber or latex, so you won’t have to worry about it. Otherwise, you’ll want to purchase a non-skid rubber rug backing for safety’s sake. Rugs slide around without it, and this can be dangerous even if the floor beneath isn’t all that slippery. If the rug has fringes, know that they’ll need to be straightened out from time to time; pets also like to chew on them sometimes!

The Buying Guide

  • You can also use hallway runners to add design interest in other places, like in front of a long table or kitchen cabinets.
  • Check the pile height in the product description. If it’s medium or high, it can prevent doors from opening over it; low pile and flat weaves are best for entryways.
  • Runner rugs are also used for staircases, and you’ll want a higher pile here.
  • Polypropylene is less expensive, but it won’t last as long as wool. People don’t mind replacing these rugs more often because they don’t cost a lot.
  • You’ll find that most hallway rugs are also sold in different sizes and colors.
  • Measure your space carefully before ordering rugs online.
  • The length of a hallway runner should not extend into another room.