The underbelly of this contemporary staircase is a sight to behold. Frosted glass stairs lead to a suspended walkway that overlooks both the foyer and living space – each complete with their own sparking chandelier. The stone floor ties in the warm wood trim and wall of windows.
Contemporary art sculptures rappel down the concrete walls of this modern home living room. The glass staircase with steel and concrete elements provides an unobstructed view of the outdoors with exposed wood ceilings overhead.
Eric Gedney wanted to increase the light levels in the central circulation space. He achieved this by inserting a series of glass panels on the main staircase to reflect and funnel light down from the skylight above. The glass panel theme ties the Master Suite and Viewing Decks together.
This striking double height foyer has a modern floating stair case with glass and metal railings, white upholstered bench, contemporary accent tables, and views into the living room with modern gas fireplace.
Stairs lead in and out of this long space, which works as an easily accessible and open dining room. Globe pendant lights shine over a sleek wood table lined with white chairs. A shag carpet pads the hardwood floor, and a Roman shade on the window offers light control.
A variety of materials are used to make the staircase in this gorgeous coastal-style home. Dark wood steps and blue-glass tile risers complement the horizontal metal railing and the white wood posts and baseboards. The blue tile lends color, texture and protection against scuff marks.
A glass wall lines the exterior side of this modern staircase keeping the space feeling open. Opposite the glass wall a simple white handrail runs parallel with the wood-topped steps. The white walls and glass keep the space bright.
A glass staircase creates a very open feel for the modern design. The see through steps wind around a gorgeous modern shower-like fixture that falls down into a pond space below the base of the stairs.
The black, gray and orange carpet square design brings life and a pop of color to this home gym. Uncovered windows let in natural light and allow the space to feel more open with a view of the outdoors. Exercise equipment is spaced out through the room leaving open floor space and a clear path to the glass lined stairs.