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Bare your stairs
To a degree, the Victorians had it right by having stair runners that could (fairly) easily be ripped up and replaced when they got worn. Carpeting across the whole width and length of a staircase will only result in a worn, dirty patch running right up the middle.
So the practical option is either a runner or painted treads – with the painted finish coming in cheaper, easier to maintain and just a paintbrush away from a whole new look. - kim_duke01