We absolutely adore how Joan + Company Interiors paired this Curio Rugs runner in this dazzling kitchen! The runner serves as a focal point, as well as a nice pop of color in this neutral-toned space.
Runners add so much warmth to kitchens, and they are one of our favorite pieces to style! If you're concerned about placing a handmade vintage rug in a high-traffic area like a kitchen, check out this post
. Contrary to what you may think, a well-made, hand-knotted rug is the best kind of rug to place in a high-traffic area like a kitchen!
We rounded up six of our favorite runners with varying prices we currently have in stock. Check these out, and let us know if you have any questions!
This handmade Malayer from the 1940s has the most beautiful color combo of denim, taupe, brownish-olive, cranberry, terracotta, gray, and olive-gray. It would add a ton of charm and vibes to your kitchen.
This pretty gal has such nice colors: mauve/dusty pink, navy, camel, dark gray, green, olive, and plum. We love the close-up of the floral motif, too!
This beauty is long: over 16 feet! In the right space, this rug would add a beautiful luxuriousness that you don't often see in kitchens. It's a Kirdish from 1930 and has a muted olive field with accents of rust, slate blue gray denim field, gray, and taupe.
The majority of the rugs we carry are low-pile, meaning they aren't thick and plush. But this one is a very soft high-pile rug and she's a stunner. She's got different shades of red mixed with navy, brown, olive, and watermelon accents. She's got tons of personality and would look spectacular in the right kitchen!
Here's an elegant Persian Mahal from the 1960s. The soft taupe field is accented with dark brown and all sorts of green tones, like olive, grass, and sage, and is topped off with some watermelon embellishments.
Here's a shorter runner that could fit in a smaller-scale kitchen, maybe between the sink and a center island. She's got soft variations of so many fun colors, including watermelon, gray, peach, dusty blue, charcoal, gold, and olive.
Did you see any that you have to have in your kitchen? If you're in Minnesota, we offer in-person buying appointments, which you can schedule here.
That way you can get a close-up of these beauties and all their colors and textures! Reach out to us if you have any questions.