This is a spiral staircase, like most homes have. It’s one of the most ancient and popular styles of home designs. Our ancestors probably knew how to build a staircase, perhaps even made one from wood, along with wooden beams and rocks. But somehow, we don’t sometimes think about how to do that and how to incorporate storage and even a feature wall.
That’s why designers try to come up with all sorts of creative ideas, most of them aimed at modernizing the traditional staircase. Some impress with their minimalist and stylish designs, with a combination of materials, shapes and colors.
This staircase is a bit special. Besides the steel and glass that forms the structure and the stairs, the feature wall that surrounds the white powder coated stairs is also a very eye-catching design. It’s a colorful room with a modern look and a functional distribution of the space.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow natural sunlight to get into the bathroom. It’s a particularly bothered area, with subtle lighting and walls with translucent glass. To avoid decreasing the amount of light coming in, the designers painted the walls white.
It’s a great way of getting better at lighting when you’re showering. Although it’s not a particularly practical or functional color, it’s a nice choice. It lets the light through and it also makes the bathroom seem brighter.
This beautiful spiral staircase is also a stylish element that the décor has been reflecting on. The pink corded bulbs are quite charming and they’re a nice way of creating a romantic décor. The staircase has white steps and a black railing.
This particular design is also bold and colorful. It’s an interesting choice of colors, patterns and textures. In addition, the staircase screen has a very interesting design, with an irregular shape that mixes proportions and color with the whole décor of the room.
Not all spiral staircases are colorful or unusual. This one, for example, its white and transparent. It has several functions, including a handrail station and it can be used as a storage space.
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