headboard. I’ve been saving my pennies specifically
for this project from selling items on the Facebook yard sale site I started for my town a few months ago (so thank you to all the neighbors in my community who unknowingly supported my crazy DIYing!) I finally took the plunge and ordered a bound seagrass runner from Overstock this summer.
professional evaporated. For four weeks
the runner stood in my foyer waiting for me to take a deep breath and just do
And it was seriously easy as pie.
Yes – there was a bit of a learning curve, but overall I would rate
installing a natural fiber runner on stairs, on as scale of 1-5 from easy to difficult,
a 2. Just a teensy bit more difficult
than, say, sweeping your floor, and no where near as painful as conquering crown molding or cutting angles
perfectly on your miter saw. If I can do this, so can you!
Next up I’m going to add brushed nickel stair rods, and then to finish off this space entirely, we’ll (someday) rip out that old tile in the foyer and have hardwood floors installed like the rest of the first floor.
Slowly but surely the vision is coming to life!
To read about how to install a natural fiber rug, visit my tutorial.