▪ thickness of the carpet: +/- 4-5 mm
▪ total weight: about 1,3 kg/m2
▪ type of yarn: 100% polyamide
Hallway runner - a solution that will help you keep the whole house clean.
The hall and corridor are one of the most visited rooms in every home. They cannot be avoided. When entering most apartments, we take the first step in the hall, and the next step in the corridor that leads to the other rooms. These are also the places where we most often welcome our guests. That is why it is worth taking care not only of a cozy atmosphere in these interiors, but also considering what solutions to apply so that the dirt brought from the outside doesn't spread throughout the apartment.
Carpet rugs are not only a beautiful decoration. They also help to keep it clean. They are the ones standing in the front line with the shoes we wear around the house. In addition, they provide users with great comfort. There is no doubt that it's much more pleasant to put your foot on a soft rug than on cold tiles or panels.
We associate rugs with warmth and cozy interiors. The same image is given in the hall by a rug or a runner. This place becomes more cozy right away. Placing runner in the corridor also plays a very important role if there are children in the house. When playing, running or learning to walk, it's the runner located on a large surface that protects against slipping or absorbs falls.
Runners are also perfect in the kitchen. Placed on the floor next to the worktop, it protects the tiles from getting dirty, and for cooking enthusiasts, it provides a pleasant feeling and warmth under the foot.
Characteristic features of the RUMBA pavement:
• Made of 100% polypropylene, which is very durable and soft to the touch;
• Beautiful, intense colours bring a warm atmosphere to the interior and perfectly fit into almost any arrangement;
• Densely woven fibers, about 4-5 mm long, are easy to clean;
• Safe even when using underfloor heating;
• OEKO-TEX certified;
• Non-slip bottom ensures safety and comfort of use;
The runner does not require trimming, so it can be freely cut without fear of fraying the ends.