Corridor & hallway by Diapo

These 10 amazing stairs will leave you awestruck

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Staircases do more than what they are outlined to do and you may never have imagined them to also be objects of pure and immaculate design. 

We will show you how staircases have the potential to transform any home. When the interior architects combine their ideas with innovative interior design, the result is certainly something striking. Here are 10 stairs, ten new concepts and ten ways to climb up and come down! So follow us to see beautiful staircases that do more than what they were intended for. 

Come and get inspired. 

1. An aquarium at the center

 Corridor & hallway by Diapo
Diapo

Helical glass staircase around giant fish tank

Diapo

This staircase goes beyond our imaginations because it functions as a piece of artwork amidst the staircase. The stairs are curved and go around the aquarium which is at the center of the room. The transparency of the space leaves enough light for plants and fish and can be viewed from any angle. Once again LED fixtures work to illuminate the space giving off futuristic undertones. 

2. Sparkling in glass

 Corridor & hallway by Railing London Ltd
Railing London Ltd

​A single-flight cantilever staircase crafted in toughened, laminated glass

Railing London Ltd

This staircase is made from laminated and tempered glass. When you realize that it has no handrail, you also realize that it is a floating ladder. Effortless and seemingly weightless, the design is made to make you feel like climbing up is a breeze. The wall is lit by LED lamps which illuminate the whole stair area, whilst the wood around makes the space look elegant and beautiful.

3. Open air

 Corridor & hallway by Porcel-Thin
Porcel-Thin

Primrose Hill—modern luxury kitchen featuring Porcel-Thin polished white 120x60cm porcelain tiles

Porcel-Thin

This modern staircase is set in beautiful glass walls and large skylights, making full use of natural light to enhance the accuracy of your drawn lines. It is amazing how the strokes in black color and the delicacy of the staircase give an impressive result for the environment. 

4. Elegant

 Corridor & hallway by Railing London Ltd
Railing London Ltd

Spiral staircase to the mezzanine

Railing London Ltd

This spiral staircase is proof that certain designs are created to gain immortality. The classic combination of wooden steps with the addition of black color can provide an excellent composition in any space, making sure of a result that is both elegant and beautiful. 

5. Like an art studio

This industrial-style staircase is complemented with glass which functions as a handrail. The simplicity of the lines and their perpendicular position with respect to other glass plates in the ceiling make the environment look like a beautiful art gallery.  

6. Creative

This staircase is modern, minimalist and artistic. The wooden staircase is made up of parts which suggest an easy transition from one step to the next, further infused with light coming from the LED lighting, the steps merge the wood tones with the lighter parts for an incredibly charming result.

Lighting certainly can brighten up any space!

7. Curvy

 Corridor & hallway by Haldane UK
Haldane UK

Luxury Staircase

Haldane UK

This dignified staircase gives a special charm to the home. Luxurious and curvy, the lines of the handrail are something to marvel at; they seem to join at the beginning of the stairs and then unravel towards the top providing a very interesting space to move in. 

8. So many purposes

 Corridor & hallway by Buscott Woodworking
Buscott Woodworking

Traditional Cut String painted staircase with an Oak Handrail and carved Brackets.

Buscott Woodworking

One of the observations that the architecture has been expanding increasingly are multiple ways of using spaces. In this multi-functional design the stairs also hold up the bookshelf underneath making for a modern and stylish additional storage space. 

9. Follow the lines

 Corridor & hallway by Trewin Design Architects
Trewin Design Architects

Mermaids—A home by the sea

Trewin Design Architects

In this hallway, we can see how the clever use of lines leading to the stairway is also a visual introduction to the elevated platform at the top of the stairs which leads to yet another set of stairs. The result is a bright area gently lit with the skylights on the ceiling. 

10. Industrial meets rustic

 Corridor & hallway by Nash Baker Architects Ltd
Nash Baker Architects Ltd

The hallway and stairs at ​the Old Hall in Suffolk

Nash Baker Architects Ltd

This magical space is lit by LED lamps which are embedded in the gap between the steps and the side wall. The decorative pieces such as the white shabby chic wood held up by a set of bricks create an exciting and creative space perfect for an urban home.

Which of these staircases would suit your home? Tell us in the comment section! 
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