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Know About the Top 5 Staircase Designs



Whether you are in your multi storey house, a restaurant, a building, or someone else’s apartment, you know the effect of a good-looking staircase can have on the look of the entire building. Often, we overlook the staircase’ designs, but a person with a good architectural eye will be able to tell you about the difference good looking staircase designs can have on a building.

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If you are looking for some staircase designs to increase the aesthetic appeal of your house, here are the top 5 designs you must explore:

#1. Circular staircase:

Staircase
Staircase

Often known as winding staircases, these staircases are more often located at the back or outside of a building, connecting two floors. The staircases are built to radiate around a central pole. It is a fairly modern design of staircases which give a luxurious feel to the house. Often these types of circular staircases are seen in the movies and TV series. While they may be fairly aesthetically appealing, these are not the most suitable staircases for elderly people or very young children, as they are really dangerous.

 #2. Half landing staircase:

Staircase
Staircase

These staircases are built on the concept of straight flight staircases, which abruptly change direction by 180 degrees, having a place for a rest. They are basically two staircases which are joined in the middle with a lesser number of stairs, giving you a place to rest. These types of staircases have the two adjoining staircases at opposite directions to one another. They add a very dramatic effect to the entire design of the staircase.

 #3. Floating staircase:

Saircase
Saircase

Probably one of the most futuristic staircase designs, the floating staircases are not for the faint of heart! Built on either wood or glass, floating staircases do not have the vertical plank connecting the two horizontal landing plates of the stairs. This gives them an illusion of floating in mid air. Not the best staircase design for those who have vertigo. The floating staircase adds a minimalistic and artistic effect to your homes. The design of the staircase also helps make the room look larger and brighter.

 #4. Ladder staircase:

Staircase
Staircase

Built to perfection to look like a ladder, the ladder staircase is exactly how it sounds! Made on a beautiful wood design, ladder staircases are a nice way to add an old age element to your home, particularly if your house is predominantly decorated with wood. The ladder staircases are somewhat similar to floating staircases as these also have a gap in the middle of the two stairs. The wooden staircases give a cosy feeling to your house, and the design of the staircases make your homes look more airy and comfortable.

 #5. Spiral staircases:

Spiral Staircase
Spiral Staircase

Designed to connect two floors while taking up minimal space, spiral staircases are similar to curved staircases. However, these staircases can be seen indoors as well as outdoors. Built around a sturdy central pole, the staircases spirals around the pole completely till they reach the top landing. You will have to make a complete 360 degree turn while climbing up to reach the top. Spiral staircases add a surprising element to boring old homes, and are a popular choice of staircases.

Choosing the right kind of staircase for your home can be a tough decision. With so many different types of staircase designs to choose from, you must take into account the rest of the interior of your home while choosing a staircase. The staircase design must be in sync with the rest of the house. So, what else are you thinking about? With so many designs to choose from, you can make the best choice within your budget.



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