An open stairway made with metal and light wood is a functional and structural design element in this contemporary space. The glass half walls flanking the staircase provides safety without obstructing the view between the living and dining space.
As seen on Beach Flip, contestants Martha and Alex removed the faded carpet from the steps and replaced it with beautiful hardwood flooring at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo. The railing and balusters were also replaced with new wood and wrought iron.
Beach Flip contestants Martha and Alex removed the faded carpet from the steps and replaced it with beautiful hardwood flooring at the renovated Comfort Breeze condo. The railing and balusters were also replaced with new wood and wrought iron.
Lighting a stairwell is difficult even when your walls aren't covered in stone. Pendants, a uniform height above each step, do just the trick in this this striking stairway, keeping the space from feeling dark or dim.
Oliver Hospitality principal Philip Welker calls the Hotel Clermont's staircase one of the features of the hotel he is most proud of. "We were able to find a fire code solution that allowed the staircase arches to be re-opened on each floor, as it was originally. And the restoration of the terrazzo steps, plaster walls, and wood handrail feels exceptional," says Welker.
Bleached wood floors, modern metal rails and expanses of glass create a stairway area with clean, modern style. The geometry of the steps is plainly on view thanks to the white walls and minimal metal railing.
The sleek design of this modern home includes a bold, geometric stairway that cuts a jagged line across the vast white walls. The space's only color comes from art and lighting, including two amber-glass floor lamps that double as modern art. Wood finishes mix with white walls to bring both drama and warmth to the space.