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Apr07

Herringbone Stair Runner

Check out this stair runner that we recently installed! If you have forgotten or are new to this pattern, herringbone is a pattern with a distinctive “V” shape. It differs from chevron because a herringbone pattern breaks at each section’s reversal, whereas chevron is a continuous zigzag.

Herringbone continues to be one of our most popular stair runner options. With this particular rug, the herringbone stair runner runner appears to be simple and classic but upon closer inspection, the color is actually navy blue which gives this a unique look on this timeless pattern. Herringbone patterns work when you want interest and a textural look but do not want an overwhelming patterm. Also, this stair runner adds height to a space because of the direction it runs.

3 Comments

  1. amy

    HI,

    I am in the Kansas City area, and interested in the herringbone stair runner. I have 2 sets of stairs to cover, and the main part of the stairs needs full carpet. Can you help with that?

    Thank you,

    Amy

  2. melissa

    Hello,
    I plan to do a herringbone stair runner in my home and would love to know the source of your runner. I am in NJ.
    Thank you, Melissa.

    1. Maggie Lovetere
      Maggie Lovetere

      Hi Amy,

      This is a Langhorne (Langhorne Carpet Company). The style is Herringbone and Color is Blue/White. Here is the link http://www.langhornecarpets.com/carpets/category/broadloom/herringbone/ Let us know if you have any other questions or concerns!