4,732 creative use Staircase Design Photos

Nic Darling
100k Stair Wall
fast dry polyurethane is a great product. It will go on clear, may change the color slightly, very slightly. Different finishes are available also. I used this on a red oak staircase and turned out great!
Like minimalist use of pine plywood
I wonder about something like this in the garage. The ceiling is so high we could really use some storage.
waiting to become something spectacular. Have you found a creative use for your stairway? We'd love to see it! More: How to Turn a Closet Into an Office Secret Passages and Hideaways
Another easy way to get your bikes out of the way is to use up the space under a flight of stairs. This is an area that
UsesPlywood is too useful to end up only cladding buildings and getting covered up by other building materials. It has many uses inside, too. Here, plywood is used to create a unique railing for the stairs. When you take into account the labor saved by using large, strong, straight
“temporary top of steps” — mebewe
Visbeen Architects
3 Reviews
Staircase Booth
this is such an original staircase! love the application of paint and stain. What color stain was used on it
Great use of space to encourage play and interaction.
Good use of small space
re-use spindles and paint
Pick an unexpected location. Check out this creative use of a staircase landing.
Used space...Dual use stairs
“Banquette” — duces1859
Cole Design Studio, LLC
6 Reviews
Keasey Interior
Creative use of space. Fun pop of color
little as 9 extra inches of depth. Using a contrasting wood or paint color punctuates this added landing feature."
Shelves need only be as deep as your widest book's width, so you can make do with as little as 9 extra inches of depth. Using a contrasting wood or paint color punctuates this added landing feature.Note: While triangular landings like these are common in older homes, codes for new construction require
require that landings between flights of stairs are at least 36 inches by 36 inches for safety. Check local codes and be sure your landing interventions use only the space beyond these requirements. Also, codes require that risers are 36 inches across.
“Beautiful painted wood” — johndough1
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
stair atrium
What are the paint colors used here?
geometric shapes and use of material/colour
interesting use of walls to create and obscure depth
I love that color and natal materials were used in this space! Modern should not be sterile, at least in my world!
Really fun, bold use of colors
Goulette used salvaged wood caps on colorfully painted drywall walls, adding brightness and splashes of color to an artfully composed stair atrium. Installations: custom by SGW Architects
“wow!!!!” — candle1112
Elise Moore Design
10 Reviews
Drummond House
Very cute sitting area using space well!
-used space by the corner seat
love the location and use of space for a reading nook
Very creative use of space
Very nice use of space!
Useful space
“Love the darker rails and trim boards” — Carolyn Lunny Bonzi
Eclectic Staircase
Do you know what paint color was used on the floor?
These stone walls are beautiful. Did you do anything to achieve that or we're they just original? Are they whitewashed, for instance, or a particular color of mortar used?
Rustic look with stone Use of under stair space
using a branch for the railing
“basement” — reneemmerriam
Ken Gutmaker Architectural Photography
Park Street
very creative use of a small area. love this!
Using one of the steps as sitting area
How step is continued to use as a shelf
Interesting use of stairs
“Contrast” — Irina Akkerman
one house green
1 Review
kensington 1
originality, use of color, lighting. stunning!
storage under the staircase. This storage is perfect for towels and such to be used in the ground floor guest bedroom. The Lighting is good too
Good use of dead space next to existing garage door
Use plexi stead of rail to make basement entrance more open
Creative use of a
“Sviesa” — Marina Veligorienė
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