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Hall stairs and landing decorating ideas

Hall stairs and landing decorating ideas

The hallway is the first impact you get of your house, so it is crucial to take time to plan and decorate it so as to make it cozy and inviting for your family and guests. Additionally, it sets the tone for the rest of the home. The hall, stairs and landing are the attaching areas, through which you see all the other rooms therefore they require careful attention. Before you begin consider what design you like – contemporary look…

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Modern staircase railing designs

Modern staircase railing designs

Wonderful staircase is defined by various elements. The structure is, certainly, really important. However, usually, it is the handrail that makes it stand out. The railing has progressively changed from a basic component made to offer security and protection to an amazing and stylish design element. Some staircases have given up the handrail completely in order to achieve a more minimalist look. However the handrail is a crucial structural element of any kind of staircase. It can both blend in…

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Steel staircase designs

Steel staircase designs

Until you choose to climb the walls in your house, a staircase is irreplaceable. It is no longer simply a functional element in the style of the home although, usually, it is changed into a central point. A staircase is a fantastic highlight component and a good way of including fashion to a instead plain location. However finding the style and design is not all you need to do. The material is equally as important. For instance, a timber staircase…

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Stairs design for small house

Stairs design for small house

In tiny, small, or \”right sized\” houses, you don\’t wish to lose functional space if you can prevent this.  For this reason you see numerous ladders leading to the lofts of small houses. It is the ideal alternative for some, however other people may want something that makes loft access more, well, accessible.  The thought of negotiating a steeply pitched ladder in the middle of the night might deter many otherwise would-be small house owners.    Alternating treads, ultra-narrow ladders,…

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Multi colored stairs

Multi colored stairs

This multi colored stairs is part of the Donmar Warehouse Theatre’s new rehearsal space. London firm Haworth Tompkins was asked to convert a 19th-century industrial space on Dryden Street, not far from the theatre, into a place that would provide additional offices, rehearsal areas and educational facilities. The Stirling Prize-winning practice collaborated with artist Antoni Malinowski on the project. Malinowski hand-painted the angular multicoloured wooden staircase, which the team envisioned as ‘the warm heart of the building’, in bold colours…

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Showcase designs under staircase

Showcase designs under staircase

Maximize the oft-neglected space under the stairs by hanging photographs and wall storage beneath the treads. We love the way that, this arrangement makes a feature of this awkward space, creating a neat triangular display. For similar units, tray Ikea modular \’Valje\’ design. London-based designer Alexander White advised that if you’re considering minimalist staircase like this, the most popular materials are wood and steal, but you could also opt for reinforced concrete or glass for a more unusual finish.

Wood and metal staircase

Wood and metal staircase

  Beautiful, elegant, graceful… in just two days this staircase take centre stage in your home, without the disruption and mess of ripping out your old one. Even better, transforming your home comes with a surprisingly modest price tag too. Classic and contemporary styles. Wood, metal, glass and lighting options. No structural work needed.  

Under stairs shelves

Under stairs shelves

This under-stairs cubby hole brilliantly maximizes the potential of a notoriously awkward space. At the bottom and the top of the slope, carefully partitioned shelves create pockets for displaying small items, while the largest section has been turned into a cozy reading spot. If you want to store books, keep in mind the standard size of a paperback.

Suspended staircase

Suspended staircase

  Suspended steel stairs give this split-level Norwegian apartment a bright, airy feel. After acquiring the loft space above their lop-floor flat, the owners of this Oslo apartment asked Haptic Architects to find a way to unify the two levels without compromising on the amount of natural light. The London design studio\’s smart solution is a striking, slender staircase that is suspended between the upper floor’s joists. As well as connecting the new mezzanine level with the lower storey, it…

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