25 Unique Designer Staircases
From interlocking treads to a sensational corkscrew, these dazzling stairs are definitely not ordinary.
Architect Ray Booth built up new transparency in the anteroom of a 1961 Houston house, replacing carpeted treads and risers with stone "floaters."
For a Bahamian country estate, craftsman Judy Mulligan painted a guide of Guana Cay that includes the house, the family's most loved bar and places they get a kick out of the chance to take their boat. The powder room's swinging entryway houses a shading facilitated bookcase.
Don't overlook the space under the stairs. Designer Matt O'Dorisio created this comfortable corner for a family escape. Worked in banquettes have drawers for board games.
To add a sentiment closeness to a grand two-story section, Mark D. Sikes heaped on the examples, from the bamboo-theme China Seas backdrop to the striped Elizabeth Eakins rug.
Never think little of the energy of plain white. Nina Farmer refreshed the staircase, worked in bench and boiserie of a Boston period home with a fresh coat of nonpartisan paint.
To add rural appeal to a getaway home, draftsman James Carter included a "stair to no place" (the means really prompt a shrouded HVAC unit). Proliferation Audubon prints line the stairwell.
In an example cheerful Hudson Valley home, the stair corridor is sheathed in an Oscar de la Renta backdrop from Lee Jofa; designers Maxwell Foster and Suysel dePedro Cunningham found the emotional Italian table at Nickey Kehoe in Los Angeles.
In the lobby of a 1930s Georgian-style house, designer Christopher Maya highlighted a sensational staircase by including covering along the bended stair divider and covering the whole corridor in Temple Newsam, a grand backdrop by de Gournay. The foamy Louis XVI demilune and Italian neoclassical plated indicator are from David Duncan Antiques.
Designer John Peixinho had the covering and casework stripped and completed with clear tung oil in a Newport, Rhode Island, house.
Designer Amanda Kyser revamped her eastern Long Island house to reflect the two its camp-in-the-forested areas history and her experience as a merchant in Asian collectibles. The cutting edge front lobby is painted in Benjamin Moore hues: Onyx on the balustrade, stairs, and trim and Merlot Red on the back wall.
In a Nashville house brightened by Markham Roberts, the stairway's hand-blocked backdrop is Claremont's Palm Stripe.
On the Lake Forest, Illinois, section's chocolate-dark colored dividers — Benjamin Moore Aura in Mink — designer Ruthie Sommers had Patrick Roullier paint a painting of ivory trees and squirrels in light of the verdure of the Illinois countryside.
The striking example of a uniquely crafted, zebra-motivated mat from Stark empowers the monochromatic palette in the stair corridor of an Atlanta house adorned by Robert Brown.
For an emotional articulation in the stairwell of a Charlotte, North Carolina, house, Lindsey Coral Harper canvassed the dividers in Jim Thompson's Duquetterie linen.
The staircase in a California home turns into a realistic establishment with designed tiles by Country Floors. The differentiating blend works on account of a typical shading palette.
Garrow Kedigan turned to Stark's antelope carpet for a stair sprinter his Montreal home. "It's a tribute to a chasing lodge," he says. "That is to say, here I am in Canada!"
The staircase in a Swedish summer home was absolutely reconstructed in a style adjusted from different bungalows in the territory, with pattern railings — the run of the mill nation translation of more detailed cut and turned balusters.
The unique staircase in this fifth-age family domain got a brilliant refresh with Benjamin Moore's Brookside Moss and Safety Black.
A David Hicks-motivated handrail breathes life into the front lobby of a Newport Beach, California, cabin style clapboard house by designer Peter Dunham and modeler Scott Laidlaw.
Stairs as Bookshelves
Designers Bill Brockschmidt and Richard Dragisic's New York hang apartment is only 640 square feet. "We must be innovative," Brockschmidt says. The staircase prompting the bedroom hang fuses bookshelves, and the arrival serves as a sideboard and bar when they engage. "Every one of the glasses get stacked on the lower steps," Brockschmidt says. "Obviously, that implies we truly can't go to bed till we clean up."
Modern Wood Staircase
Beautifully made stairs of interlocking walnut treads prompt the dowager's stroll of designer David Netto's Southampton, New York, shoreline cottage.
In the lobby of his Manhattan apartment, designer Eric Cohler included realistic moldings in Farrow and Ball Off-Black, Fornasetti backdrop from Cole and Son and a rope railing.
Secret Nook Ladder
In a Manhattan maisonette, a stepping stool that prompts a mystery room that designer Christopher Maya discovered, all fixed up, and transformed into a "dream room" for the children.
In the anteroom of a 1920s Spanish Revival house in Dallas, designer Dana Oatley Ortego introduced a corkscrew staircase, initially from Paris, that was hauled out of a garments store in Oklahoma.
Light and dim wood make a lovely matching on a staircase that connections the primary floor of a four-story Alabama lake house to the bedrooms. Designer Susan Ferrier utilized similar completes all through the house. Dividers are whitewashed, unpleasant cut pine boards. Steps are in a dim Jacobean stain.
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