Hallways are some of the most trafficked areas in any home, so you need to protect your floors. The simplest solution is to purchase a hallway rug that you'll love.
Hallway rugs generally measure 80cm wide, and 150cm to 500cm long, making them the perfect fit for your home's hallways and even other narrow areas, such as entryways, mudrooms, or bedsides.
At ICONIC RUGS, we have hundreds of runners in all sizes and styles that will fit with any decor. Whether you are looking for something contemporary or coastal, bohemian or traditional, you'll find the perfect runner for your home. Plus, enjoy free and fast shipping Australian-wide!
Runners are rugs for long and narrow spaces in your home. There are a few different purposes for runner rugs. They uplift the aesthetic of a space, protect your floors and guide guests to other areas of your home.
When it comes to figuring out the size you need, there are a few things to consider. The runner should always be centred in the space, and never touch any walls or baseboards. You want your runner to be as long as possible, but not too long. The runner is there to help define the path but not cover the entire space. Measure the length and width of your hallway before purchasing a runner rug. A good rule of thumb is to leave four to six inches of bare floor space on all sides of the runner.
Our materials for hallway runner rugs include cotton, jute, polyester, polypropylene, wool, and viscose rugs. Our eco-friendly jute rugs can give your home a soft and earthy feel and are crafted using hand-braided and hand-loomed methods. Wool and cotton rugs are incredible for combining durability with softness if that's what you're going for. However, polypropylene rugs are known to be the most durable of all the rugs. They maintain their colour over time and are easy to clean.
The best part about choosing a runner rug is deciding on a style. The main elements to consider when figuring out the look and feel of your rug are the colour scheme, pattern, and pile height. The higher the pile, the more comfortable underfoot. For colour, you need to consider what you're already working with. If you have neutral walls, a vibrant rug is a perfect way to bring colour into the space. You can choose a rug that matches the tone of your floors or simply coordinate with your decor colour palette. You may want to opt for how a colour makes you and your guests feel. Blue is a peaceful colour, green can provide an earthy feel, while beige can give your space a light and airy feel. Keep in mind that a pattern will do wonders for hiding any dirt stains that it may obtain from heavy foot traffic.