372 Play Staircase Design Photos

Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks19,113
Questions7
I like the table/storage thing going on. Girl's Play room ?
sweet area for kids to play games, do homework
fun play area or eating area
Oh, to sit and play a game!
Converting a large stair landing into a play nook is a nice solution. Built-in shelving, benches and a table create a spot that's made for coloring pictures or playing games.
3. Set up a large landing. Built-ins are nice but not required here. Take advantage of that space near the stairs with a kid-size play set or seating arrangement. This little space is the perfect spot for a child's quiet conversations, artistic endeavors or even homework time.
“this booth is so AWESOME. How much would it be to make a game booth in one of hte kids areas. Really” — dibiasio
Von Fitz Design
1 Review
Danalda Residence
Ideabooks9,431
Questions2
I love this secret play space.
The use of the stairs could be a play room
Go below stairs The generous space beneath these stairs has been converted into a cosy play area for children. Even the room beneath a standard, single flight of stairs can work as a hideaway and, once the children grow up, it can simply be used as storage.
“mini kids room under stairs” — mintfarm
Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
Ideabooks6,191
Questions2
The sturdy wood construction allows bikes to be hung from them, and the cuts in the solid guardrails are playful for both the kids and grown-ups.
Funny BonesA plywood peephole wall is a playful take on the wooden banister. You can tell this family is fun.
can create an eco-friendly home without blowing the budget. Nic Darling kept the labor and construction costs capped at $100,000. Here the staircase plays peek-a-boo with plywood, creating a unique accent wall.
This peekaboo plywood wall is an inexpensive, fun way to keep kids from falling off an open staircase. It's also great for playing spies.
Here it functions as a guardrail that follows a stair to the lower level. The architect cut playful slits into the planar surfaces of plywood, accentuating its lightness.
“Matériau brut” — lucetmarie
DC Metro Home Theater & Electronics Systems Design and Installation
Established in 1979, Integrated Media Systems is nationally recognized as the leading Residential Electronics System Integrator in the Greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area.
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Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Urban Playhouse
Ideabooks4,657
Questions3
Hidden play room, very useful.
secret kid's play area
play room...play space...Hidden play room...Kid play nook
“Stairway” — stuucky
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Staircase Booth
Ideabooks5,073
Questions3
Great use of space to encourage play and interaction
mini stop area to play chess with friend
built in work/play table
cute play area/study/read on stairs
The chess play area
“galley dining” — Ashlee Fitch
Metcalfe Architecture & Design
4 Reviews
Cohen Residence
Ideabooks870
Questions0
boys play room
Cute idea for play room.
Kids play area...Play area
“cute cubby hole idea for Quinn” — Cherry Valance
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Modern Annex Renovation
Ideabooks4,238
Questions8
stair base, to flooring, to kids play area
Gardners took on after buying the home; once they completed it, they made the decision to continue with the other floors. The basement has become a great play area for the couple’s three small boys and helps keep much clutter off of the main floor. The homeowners are planning to install a banister; they kept
“Floor” — Brynn Burns Photography, LLC
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Sugar Bowl Residence
Ideabooks10,680
Questions4
There are a couple of wood species at play here. in the foreground you can see the upper landing and based on its grain pattern, I'd say that's cherry. The wide planks of the steps appear to
corners suggest danger, dying plants are a sign of bad health and so on. What is your home telling you? Once you get the feeling for this, you can play around with applying your own feng shui cures. Common cures that can be helpful in many situations include mirrors, octagonal shapes, crystals (especially
Sharp corners suggest danger, dying plants are a sign of bad health and so on. What is your home telling you? Once you get the feeling for this, you can play around with applying your own feng shui cures. Common cures that can be helpful in many situations include mirrors, octagonal shapes, crystals (especially
“Familiarize yourself with common feng shui "cures." Once you begin looking at your home from a feng” — eonia
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