Top Three Installations in July
July went by fast, but in that speedy month we installed several transformational stair runner projects that made it to the top of our list! If you’re new here, we feature a “Transformation Tuesday” project each week on our social media. We share a little background information about the project — location, if there is a designer working on the project, and if there is a reason why a specific material was selected. The idea is to provide the story of “before” the stair runner and then showcase the “after” photographs with the runner installed. We’ve chosen three of July’s top stair runner transformations to share with readers. Let us know what you think about them!
Out with the Old and In with the New! (Hanover, MA)
This customer has been following us on Instagram for awhile and reached out about replacing their existing stair runner.
When the customer discussed what they wanted, they had sent over photos from some of our previous jobs. Most featured wide binding and nail heads. The second floor in this home has wall-to-wall carpeting, so installers connected the new material to the existing carpeting.
The material selected is called “Pacific Stripe,” and is featured in the color “Marina.” The material does come in several color options. This style is a wool and polypropylene blend, making it a great and durable option for high traffic areas. Check out the transformation!
Contemporary Guest Bedroom Makeover (Wellesley, MA)
This home was being totally renovated and the homeowner wanted a fun, but modern, wall-to-wall carpeting for their guest bedroom. The homeowner worked with The Weise Company for this project. The carpet chosen was a soft cut pile by Kane Carpets called “Marmoreal” in the color “Carrera.” This cut pile is perfect if you’re looking for something soft underfoot! See the before and after photos below.
Grand Entrance Animal Print Stair Runner (Winchester, MA)
We had so many great transformation projects this month that we wanted to share, but unfortunately we couldn’t feature them all. This was one we felt was particularly important to share. The interior designers on this project are the Realm Interior team. They decided to use a fun animal print for this grand staircase. We think it is the perfect pop of an eye-catching pattern without being overwhelming. The neutral grey complements the other interior design details in the home.
Are you ready to work on a project with us after seeing these transformations? Feel free to email us photos of your staircase, along with some styles you’d like to use as a runner! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.