The 10 Most Popular Staircases of 2019

Aside from connecting the lower and upper floors, an elegant staircase can also take a home’s design to the next level. But there are countless ways to design this key element in a multistory home. If you’re looking for staircase designs, this countdown of the top 10 staircase photos uploaded to Houzz in 2019 might help you find your way.

Birdseye Building

10. Classic Character

The newel post that anchors the staircase in this Vermont farmhouse was custom-made by Birdseye. Paired with the space’s wide-plank floors, white shiplap walls and warm wood treads, the vintage-style piece sets the tone as homespun but polished.

Pacific Hardwood Flooring

9. Bright White and Wood

Embellished woodwork and glass, abundant natural light and a substantial traditional staircase come together in this Los Angeles-area home to create a sophisticated entryway. Beneath the stairs, wide planks of ashy European oak from Pacific Hardwood Flooring keeps the room looking fresh.

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The Fox Group

8. Warm and Welcoming

A medium-warm wood set against bright white in this Salt Lake City home designed by The Fox Group establishes an immediate sense of cozy farmhouse charm. Overhead, a more contemporary gold light fixture updates the look and adds another element of warmth.

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Thos. Moser

7. Transitional Charm

With a complementary old-fashioned rocking chair in the background and neat, geometric metalwork, this staircase doesn’t stick to just one style. Wood accents, added by custom furniture maker Thos.Moser, introduce more character.

Timeless Interiors

6. A Touch of Colorful Tile

By decking these stair risers in colorful patterned tile, the team at Timeless Interiors incorporated a fun, unexpected component to an otherwise refined space in New York. Alongside the graceful curve of the staircase, the rich dark-wood railing and the ornate metalwork, the tile strikes a balance between laid back and luxe.

Robert H. Delafield, Inc.

5. Contemporary Storage

Form and function shine in this Tampa, Florida, staircase. Aside from the striking contemporary railing made by local fabricator Vasquez Custom Metals, the staircase stands out with its clever storage spaces. General contractor Robert H. Delafield and other design pros made the most of an often-overlooked space with natural wood cubbies that are playful and practical.

Solitude Homes

4. Shades of Wood

Solitude Homes’ rustic staircase in this Idaho home features a statement-making wood railing in a slightly richer stain than the wood floors. Combined with the house’s open shelving, a comfy carpet runner, white walls and other wood accents, the stairs feel immediately inviting.


3. Surprise Shelving

Another home making smart use of its under-the-stairs space, this Los Angeles-area property, developed by NUMI Home, makes tucked-away storage the star of the show. With clean lines, simple shelf styling and that bold pop of saturated blue, it’s no wonder the shelves-and-staircase combination was a hit among the Houzz community.

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Kathryn J. LeMaster Art & Design

2. A Reading Rainbow of Risers

Who says you can’t have a little fun with your staircase? Artist and designer Kathryn J. LeMaster gave this Little Rock, Arkansas, stairway a literary look by painting colorful book spines along the risers. The result? A library’s worth of details to love.

Park City Design Build

1. Floating Modern Features

The modern Utah staircase that users most saved to their ideabooks this year mixes clean lines with mountain views. The team at Park City Design Build wanted to emphasize the walls of glass that look out over the surrounding natural scenery in the house, so airy details like the cable railings and custom floating wood stair treads are meant to keep sight lines clear and dramatic.

Original Article from: Houzz 


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