Looking for some new and unique ways to use your southwestern table runners? Anyone can lay one across the dining room or coffee table. Why not be bold? I have some great ideas that will make your table runner stand out and be more than just a piece of fabric on your furniture. For a bonus, I have included some unique fundraising and craft ideas using the runners too.
Hand woven with rich colors and beautiful designs are just a few qualities that a southwestern table runner holds. Each one is ready to give your home or project the perfect personality or character it needs. You will love how these runners bring any room or event to life.
Now, we all know the basic usage of a table runner. You want to make sure it goes with your home decor, special event, or season. What some do not know is that you don’t always have to use a table runner for a table. A runner narrow or wide can be used in many areas of your home and for special crafts.
The living room holds many places to display your hand woven runner. I have seen some placed under their wide screen television. Others have placed them on shelves to add more color in that particular area of the room. You will see that a wide runner folded and fanned apart makes a great coffee table runner. Some have even been placed on the back of sofas or in the front used as a floor runner.
Another room that may not usually use a runner is the kitchen. I had someone tell me that they loved having a runner on the back part of their island where people sat. It served as a continuous place mat. Others have draped them over their refrigerator on top. Maybe you have a desk or shelf by the wall that needs bold colors and some style. Get a southwestern table runner! It will truly create a colorful and stylish environment in your home. I have included some unique fundraising and craft ideas using the runners too. Another room that may not usually use a runner is the kitchen. I had someone tell me .