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floor runner

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A long, narrow, and rectangular-shaped rug. Used in high traffic areas, such as in hallways and foyers, to protect the floor below, to reduce noise, and to provide warmth from the cold floor. It can also be used on stairs, where it is held in place by stair rods.
Definition source(s)
  • Parks Canada / Parcs Canada, and Canadian Heritage Information Network / Réseau canadien d’information sur le patrimoine. n.d. “Parks Canada Descriptive and Visual Dictionary of Objects / Dictionnaire descriptif et visuel de Parcs Canada.”
Term (International)
floor runner
Inverted term (International)
runner, floor
Alternative term(s)
Venetian carpet; kanara; kenare; stair carpet
Term (International)
tapis de protection
Term gender (International)
Alternative term(s)
chemin de passage; chemin d’escalier; passage; tapis de corridor; tapis d’escalier
alfombrillas de pasillo
External term source
Art & Architecture Thesaurus Online
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Parks Canada code(s)
  • 02-00044
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Art & Architecture Thesaurus runners (floor coverings) (Art & Architecture Thesaurus) English Exact
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