80% Wool 20% Cotton. 75cm x 240cm.
Our stylish, hand-woven runner is just the piece to brighten up your staircase or hallway. The Aztec-inspired pattern has become famous in recent years with a traditional design that has symbols inspired by the South American scenery.
Using runners in the home not only accentuates the lines in your space, but is an attractive and elegant way to protect your hardwood floors or light-coloured carpeting. It is recommended that one should leave a 20cm gap between the runner and the wall for staircases, but there is more leeway when considering a hallway or corridor. For those looking for creative inspiration, there are other ways to style a rug of this size and shape, for example, in front of a fireplace to elongate the space, or under a long table to give your room a finished look.
Pure wool is a material that is durable and will be long-lasting even in high-traffic areas. The short and sturdy fringe at each end will stop the rug from fraying with use. Our pampeano polo belts use a similar method of threading to avoid fraying. Our artisans use saddlery thread that is waxed to make it strong and hard-wearing. The polo belts come in a great variety of designs and colours, so you’re certain to find one to suit your look and continue this rich South American heritage from your wardrobe to your home.
We suggest pairing this runner with our pampeano Kalli Rug which can be found in our Home collection. As a general rule, if the rugs are in sight of eachother, they should match, and your rug should coordinate nicely with the nearby decor.
We at pampeano are committed to luxury goods inspired by this rich South American heritage. The name pampeano means ‘from La Pampa’, which is a region of Argentina famous for its expansive plains, or estancias, where gauchos drive the cattle and where there is a long tradition of horsemanship and leather craft.
Our products are hand-delivered to your door and will be tracked in transit. We deliver worldwide and offer both a standard and premium shipping service.