The blend of textures in soothing neutral tones create a mix that is very inviting and balanced in this industrial front entryway. Originally, the home had two separate circular stairs units, one to get the basement, and one to access the Crows Nest above. By deleting one and fabricating a new larger circular stair that goes from Crows Nest to the multipurpose room below, an open space was created that is functional and interesting.
From atop either of the home's two circular stairways, guests can see for miles out onto the open ocean. The four levels of the amazing water design are on display as well, with each one as stunning as the last.
This custom-designed glass and steel spiral staircase leads to a roof terrace. The space is constructed for maximum drama, with glass steps offering a clear view as the staircase winds its way up. Contemporary sconces light the way for partygoers and guests.
A stylish spiral staircase provides access from the first floor great room sitting area to the upper gallery where the majority of the room's books are kept. The gallery allows the space to maintain its grand feel-true to its original intent, while the contemporary-chic design of the space helps to bring the room into the 21st Century.
A spiral staircase connects the bottom and top floors of this stunning porch. The bottom level has retractable Phantom Screens and the top level is screened. The stairs are made of matte black wrought iron and exotic ipe wood, selected by Eric and Jenny Rothman of Atlanta's Rothman + Rothman Design.
A crystal chandelier and polished black-and-white floor make this foyer feel totally glamorous. As guests step into the space, the chandelier will draw their eyes up the spiral stairs to the second level.
Spiral stairs in this master bedroom retreat dramatically beautify the space. They are an important part of the communication of any home. Hence, not only the aesthetics should be on the high level, but also functionality and harmony in the space in which they are located.
This great room now boasts a truly open floor plan, by updating the placement of the spiral stairs. The flooring is made of porcelain tile planks in wood tones. It is indestructible and is a functional application for a home on the water.
The dramatic entry sweeps up the spiral staircase with a vortex beginning at an antique finial in the foyer. The domed ceiling is made of hand-applied fish scales lit by a midcentury modern chandelier found in Paris. The iron stair railings add Mediterranean character to the design.