At Capel Rugs, we offer a variety of area rug styles in runner roll form perfect for hallways, stairs and custom landing needs. These beautiful pieces come either as braided runners rolls or machine woven runner rolls and can be customized in many ways to fit your specific needs.
To order runner rolls, please find an authorized Capel retailer on our dealer locator.
Braided Runner Rolls
Our Braided Runner Rolls are made using the same methods as our world-famous American Originals braided rugs and are available in Homecoming, Bear Creek, and Gramercy. For extra longevity and durability, braided runner rolls can be scotch guarded before they have experienced any use. Braided runners will be shipped with carpet binding covering the ends of the braid to prevent unraveling during shipping. This binding can be left on or removed. We recommend the use of rug grip for protection and to prevent slippage.
Braided runner rolls can be made in custom sizes, by come in a number of pre-set standard dimensions. Standard widths are 27", 31", and 35"; standard lengths are 24', 50', and 75'.
Machine Woven Runner Rolls
Our high quality Machine Woven Runner Rolls offer durable, stlyish runners in a variety of designs. Popular styles include Ashton, Estates, Satin, and Rahmaz. You can also browse our machine woven runner rolls online.
For easy identification, area rugs available in runner rolls are marked with the runner roll logo shown at right.
Capel machine woven runner roll ends can be ordered finished in several ways: fringed, capped (with borders), or serged.
The open ends are available without charge.
There is a small cost to fringe one or both ends of a custom length runner.
Three (3) additional linear feet must be ordered for custom length runners so that the borders may be removed from the additional length and attached to the end of the runner as end caps. You may choose to cap one or both ends for an additional charge.
"L-Shaped" runners with mitered corners are available for stair landings that have a 90-degree turn. Runners are cut on right angles and heat taped sealed showing no seam. Measurements must be done by a professional installer. There is a charge for mitering and heat taping the angles. There is no charge for serging the open ends. Standard charges apply for end-capping and fringing open ends.