Runner on stairs is a common way to dress up a wooden staircase, as they can easily be changed when the decor requires it. Not only do they look good, but also enable the wood flooring at the same time as heat under the feet. One of the most important things with stair runners does not let them slide when they cannot trample on. Correct installation of a stair runner can completed in an afternoon.
Ideas for install runner on stairs, frame the end of the stair runner with the straight edge and angular hook. Trim the stairs with a knife. Seal the end of the stair runners with glue to give it a clean, clean edge. Let dry. Measure the width of the staircase using a tape measure. Subtract that through the width of the stair runner. Divide this amount by two. Use this last number to give you equal space on both sides of the stair runners. This is how you center it on the stairs.
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Select the distance of numbers used to center stair runners on the step. Using the straight edge and a pencil draw a line along what will be the left edge of the runner on stairs will go. Repeat this for each step of the staircase. Set the stair pad on top of the stairs. Subtract 2 inches from the staircase. Cut the stair pad to the right width with the straight edge and cutter blade.