Striped carpets are ideal for hallways and stairwells because they lure the eye and provide the illusion of greater width.
They are timeless and can create drama in an entertainment area or draw attention down a corridor. Striped carpets, which are visually engaging and adaptable, may centre space and bring together an interior design concept.
Putting a striped carpet in a room may make it seem longer and wider, giving the impression of more space. Use a striped carpet with white or neutral walls to get the most out of a room.
A 45-degree angle mitring of your carpet is an excellent alternative. This enables you to have stripes going straight from the bottom of your steps to the landing, then straight again from the landing to the top of your stairs, with a diagonal angle linking the two runners.