Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Zig Zagging

I know I am late to this party and yep, I am completely aware that they are all over blogland, but I can’t stop thinking about how utterly CHIC and DIVINE a black and white zig zag runner would look in my kitchen.
I am in love with this look - can you blame me?

{via decorpad}

This rug is hard enough find as an area rug, let alone a runner, so finding it might be harder than I think.
sigh Just look at how this rug is the exact color of my kitchen walls. double sigh..

Now the trick is to find one for cheaper than $275 because I'm pretty sure the hubby would suddenly start to look like Fred Sanford if he found out I ordered it at that price. I can just picture him with his hand on his chest and yelling"This is the big one, Elizabeth, I'm coming to yah"  So has anyone seen one just a tad bit cheaper?? Anyone?? :-)


the cape on the corner said...

why don't you make it? tho i don't know how durable it'd be with foot traffic...

Brandi said...

Have you seen this post?


You could order the fabric online and make a rug out of fabric!
I ordered my fabric from here:


Jenny said...

Girl, you KNOW you can make this rug! The fabric idea is great, as is painting on fabric. You can do it! You can do it! You can do it!

Shelley said...

I totally think you could make it! What about using painters drop cloth? Ooooo, now I want to try it too!

Eager to see what you come up with!

Kate @ The Gaines Gang said...

Buy a plain jute rug and use thick blue masking tape to create your design, then paint. Yes, takes time but I bet it would look great. I am getting ready to make table runners with that method.

Anonymous said...

They had zig zag runners on westelm.com for $119.00. I don't know if they have a color you would like but check it out when you can. It's still expensive but not as bad as $275.00; good luck.

Nancy L.

Nikki said...

You could definitely make one. I haven't added any zigzag yet, but I plan to in the near future.