Westchester WaterfrontBeach Style Staircase, New York

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Maren wrote:Feb 24, 2015
    Maren wrote:Feb 24, 2015

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      Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Enjoy the Tactile Beauty of Braided and Hooked RugsFeb 13, 2016

      Today braided rugs are made two different ways, named for their primary material: cloth or yarn.Cloth. Cloth braided rugs are often custom-made. Because they’re more labor-intensive, they cost more than yarn braided rugs. The process of making cloth braided rugs follows that of the early settlers. Strips of cloth — usually wool, cotton or a blend of the two — are sewn together and folded to conceal the raw edges of the fabric. Three of these strips are then braided together and stitched to other braids to create a rug. While both yarn and cloth braided rugs are durable, cloth braids are considered more resilient.

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      Lisabeth Castle added this to Staircase runnerOct 10, 2018

      Maybe something different with lots of colors

      bverfaro added this to R Vanderbilt Wilt residenceFeb 19, 2018

      Notice how the plates were hung.....

      Mary Zastrow added this to New HouseJan 11, 2018

      runner and use of wallpaper on the stairs

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