Let’s run with some runners.
So, a bed runner is a great way to enhance the color and texture palette of your bedroom, as well as protecting your sheets. To this point, they are generally easy to medium difficulty projects, capable of being made by anyone, even ambitious beginners. Moreover, they are also quite infinitely variable in terms of customization, so you can really make them your own and appropriate for your decor. However, they’ll also be great as a gift, or as an item for your business, if you run a B&B or hotel.
Valentina Bed Runner
This is a classic, with a gentle texture that is a great background for the colors you choose. Additionally, this is also a great practice project to get a beginner’s hands used to a larger project.
The full article about this pattern is here:
Aran Bed Runner
In contrast, this pattern makes greater use of texture variation. Consequently it’s a little more complex, but also more tactile, which may be a form you’d prefer.
The full information about this project are here:
The pattern used to make this runner:
Willow Bed Runner
Continuing with the effect of textures, the Willow is a pattern that uses a traditional lacy texture to really make this runner pop. Indeed, with such a texture, color becomes quite secondary, so it could be used as a matching piece for a gentle color palette, without making it blend in too much.