Every year in the wintertime, I find myself in total nesting mode. With cold temps and the garden off duty for a few more weeks, it’s all about inside projects. Whether I’m reorganizing, rearranging, or just plain putzing around, I’m all about the homey feels. It’s funny – when you’re stuck inside, you really notice the wear and tear the floors take over the year. It’s like, I see something and I think to myself, How long has this floor been so tattered? Was I under a rock?
Not only were they scratched, but downright impossible to keep clean. It was time for a stair runner install. I priced out carpets and installations, but I figured since it’s not wall to wall carpet, and a small square footage, then we would go ahead and tackle this project ourselves.
Turns out, installing a stair rug runner is much easier than you would think. A project that took just over an hour, here’s the easy how-to!