A staircase includes several components. Seagrass stair runner that runs down the middle of the stairs serves a dual purpose, as both aesthetic and preventive wear on the tree of the stairs. There are three ways for fastening a runner to a staircase: Simply cross the runner down with blanket staples, using double-stick blanket tape, or using tackles strips.
Tape two 2-inch pieces of tackles strips. Make two spacers. Cut tackles strips and with scissors. Mark, where the edges of the padding and the runner will be with a pencil on each treads. This will keep your runner centered the period of the stairs. Put the spacers on the tread on the pencil marks for padding and place a segment of tackles ribbon on spacer blocks with the side against the riser and the pins facing down. From the riser with the legs facing the riser, place a portion of tackles strips on the tread 1/2 inch.