Everything from material, shape, size and construction can form what a staircase looks and feels like, and what design mantra it gives.
A closed staircase. This creates choppiness in a space that may be needed to delineate areas. By the use of a color change on the staircase, it adds to the modern black and white feel.
Change of Material: From stone to wood siding, this staircase can now become versatile with the use of textures.
Center support: A seemingly floating staircase is constructed by the use of one center beam throughout the bottom of this staircase giving it an open and airy appearance,
Floating and enclosed baluster: Not the typical “baluster” …. connected from the step to the ceiling for an unconventional support.
Metal + Wood: The under side can be just as important as the tread. With an exposed base, this gives the design a chance to shine with industrial love.
Floating with Side Support: Instead of a center support, this staircase went with side support and an open riser giving a floating appearance.
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