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  • ALTO stair treads - very hip small carpets for stairs! ALTO stair treads - very hip small carpets for stairs! - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      The ALTO Tibetan stair treads are 9 x 26 inches. Each tread is a complete rug, expertly bound on every side. Standard treads are 80 knots per inch. They offer a stair tread adhesive kit which consists of a roll of non-toxic lightly adhesive mesh that can be cut to fit and removed with no damage to your wood or other materials. They have a bunch of wonderful modern designs in various colors.


  • Snow And Ice Melting Heated Stair Treads Snow And Ice Melting Heated Stair Treads - Photo

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    • jbattisti

      These are a very good idea. I have this treacherous tile staircase.


  • Glow-in-the-dark stair treads Glow-in-the-dark stair treads - Photo

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  • Fresh Finds Freshest Finds Gothic Stair Tread & Door Mat Fresh Finds Freshest Finds Gothic Stair Tread & Door Mat - Photo

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    • Cat27

      Making sure the exterior of your home is as beautiful as the inside is important. Welcome your guests with these stair mats and welcome mat made of durable rubber. Lasts through all sorts of weather and can be easily hosed off to maintain their beauty.


  • theoldloft :: Pennies - Set of 12 Hand Hooked Stair Treads theoldloft :: Pennies - Set of 12 Hand Hooked Stair Treads - Photo

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    • livefunky

      These are so stunning and would look wonderful on any staircase!


  • Gothic Iron Design Rubber Stair Treads Gothic Iron Design Rubber Stair Treads - Photo

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    • xNihilityx

      Ooooooo......to go with the rug....Ah! Wish I had stairs!!!!


  • Joel Berman Glass Studios Joel Berman Glass Studios - Photo

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    • Chris

      Operating from a studio on Vancouver’s Granville Island, Joel Berman Glass Studios is one of the largest architectural art glass manufacturers in North America. The company specializes in cast glass for residential, corporate, commercial, hospitality and retail environments. Berman’s textures are unusual for glass but borrowed from the everyday. Eska looks like cracked ice on a pond; Arrigado captures the turbulence of stream water; Corrugated imitates the undulating pattern of the corrugated metal roofs of the tropics. These and other designs have found their way into partitions, furniture, light fixtures, doors, stair treads, sinks, walls, tiles and floors, and can also be matched to any Pantone color. Trade only.


  • Livinglass Livinglass - Photo

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    • Chris

      Inspired by California’s modern architecture and natural landscape, Rachel Hoffman and Michael Skura founded Livinglass in 2002. The husband-and-wife team creates glass sandwiches whose filling is natural materials caught in a resin core. Livinglass can be used indoors or out with exposed or concealed edges. It is a permanent architectural material that is structurally stable and resistant to UV light, water and scratching. The material is ideal for tabletops, stair treads and partition walls, and transforms these sturdy surfaces into visions of flowers, grasses, rocks and seeds that seem to float in space.


  • Heated Mats & Stair Treads Heated Mats & Stair Treads - Photo

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    • LatteAddiction

      Being from a snowy, cold state I can appreciate this invention and may have to try this out and report back.


  • Dialogue Carpet Dialogue Carpet - Photo

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    • tatorandtots

      Designer Ane Lykke has taken a provocative approach to the function of carpet, one that urges participation and a "Don't tread on me, PLAY with me!" approach. Which is all lovely, indeed. But frankly, I'm too busy wanting to just dive into this lush creation to intellectualize it.


  • Beauvais Carpets - Fine Handknotted Carpets Beauvais Carpets - Fine Handknotted Carpets - Photo

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    • celeriekemble

      Beauvais Carpets carries literally hundreds of historically significant and highly decorative carpets and tapestries from the 15th century to modern times. Their new carpet division can reproduce an antique classic for use in the home. I often use deep earth tones like chocolate or dark orange in area rugs. Recently I bought a crushed-berry color from them. I feel these colors off-set the scale of the city, and offer comfort and coziness. Handknotted rugs, such as the Kuba are one of my favorites.


  • Melrose Carpets & Windows- Residential and Commerical Carpeting Melrose Carpets & Windows- Residential and Commerical Carpeting - Photo

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    • ruthiesommers

      Every room must have flowers like hyacinth peonies and gardenia. While they might not be live flowers, Melrose Carpet makes great area rugs that fit the bill.


  • Metropolitan Carpet-Beshir Metropolitan Carpet-Beshir - Photo

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    • milesredd

      My favorite rug shop is Metropolitan carpet. You can find a whole range of beautiful vintage rugs, such as this Beshir.


  • Renaissance Carpet and Tapestries Renaissance Carpet and Tapestries - Photo

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    • timothywhealon

      Rennaissance Carpets offers one of the largest selections of Louis style area rugs, such as the one pictured here.


  • ABC carpet & home- Antiques and home furnishings ABC carpet & home- Antiques and home furnishings - Photo

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    • randyridless

      ABC Home is fantastic you can find anything from Antiques and vintage furniture, and lighting to amazing carpets and mid-century items. You can be guaranteed the quality is superb.


  • Asha Carpets: Cotton Balls Carpet Asha Carpets: Cotton Balls Carpet - Photo

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    • Chris

      Just in time for the sustainable revolution, ASHA, the Brooklyn-based luxury carpet company, has taken their handmade carpets to a new level of green by offering all natural hand-spun and machine-spun wool woven with pure silk. The mixture gives the soft cotton ball design depth and sheen. Available in four colors, orange with teal accent, natural, walnut, and cotton ball (as seen here). Standard and custom sizes.


  • Kasthall: Hambo Carpet Kasthall: Hambo Carpet - Photo

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    • Chris

      Sweden’s banded rag carpet is superbly interpreted in hair-thin wool yarn on a linen warp by much-awarded designer Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg. The various-width stripes of the Hambo carpet roam three color ranges: blue-beige, brown-beige and red-green.