Lisbet Friis

A runner is like a breeze of fresh air in the room.

Reminding us how the simple things often have power to lift the mood, a runner can sweep through the rooms with tranquillity and serenity, or it can be a bright and bursting pop of colour. What better way to elevate the style and ambience in a space than with this flexible, affordable, and game changing interior object.
Our growing collection of runners offers endless options to decorate with timeless stripes in an array of dusty rose, red and orange, deep, moody charcoal, shades of blues and greens, grey, earthy tones, and soft shades of beachy colours.
Embracing nature’s imperfect beauty all our colours are saturated and muted, making the different styles complement one another perfectly. The runners are all in the same high-quality as the rest of our collection and can be used and re-used in the kitchen, hallway, children’s room, bedroom, office, beach house and any spot that needs a modern update, an aesthetic lift, a new mood and that something extra.

Product details

Hand-woven runner in New Zealand wool on cotton warp, reversible

Size: 80×240 cm

Colours: 0000 Multicoloured

As most of our rugs are unique and hand-made, the size can vary slightly from the ordered size (+/-4%).

Irregularities in size, colour and weaving are characteristics of hand-made rugs.

Designed in Denmark, hand-woven in India.


We always recommend that you use an underlay to extend the life of your rug. An underlay ensures that the rug remains in a fixed position. It also reduces the risk of any staining. Some of our kilim rugs are reversible. We recommend that you turn your rug over every six months. Do not place your rug in direct sunlight. Irregularities in colour and weaving are characteristics of hand-made rugs.

Care instruction – Rugs of wool, linen and viscose
Daily cleaning: Vacuum your rug as needed. Never vacuum your rug with the brushes of your vacuum cleaner nozzle in the extended position. You can also give your rug a gentle shake outside. Do not beat your rug. Spot cleaning, only woolen rugs: Spots, spills and dirt should be removed in two steps immediately after the spill to avoid a stain. 1. Blot, never rub, the area with a soft cloth, paper towel or napkin to soak up as much of the liquid as possible. 2. Dab the spot very gently with a damp cloth soaked in carbonated water. More thorough cleaning: We recommend professional cleaning. Please note, that we cannot guarantee that all stains can be completely removed.