Feast Your Eyes: Statement Stairs

Feast Your Eyes: Statement Stairs

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Jennifer Hunter
May 18, 2015
(Image credit: Atmos Studio)

Stairs are so much more than a way to get from one level to another. They can be sculptural, beautiful showpieces like the example above, floating death-defying balancing acts or LEGO-like modern hanging contraptions. All those (and more!) inside.

(Image credit: Diapo)
(Image credit: Diapo)

A hot splash of perforated color in a neutral space by Diapo.

Don't attempt this set unless you have your wits about you. By Theis and Khan Architects.

(Image credit: Architectural Digest)

James Stewart's Integral House features a glossy, almost watery enclosed staircase via Architectural Digest.

(Image credit: Atmos Studio)

A wide angle of the lead image, these organic, sculptural stairs in a residential home designed by Atmos Studios.

(Image credit: TAF Architects)

These stairs are actually inexpensive pine boxes and were designed by Swedish TAF Architects. Cool!

These see-through stairs let so much light through (if you can stand the vertigo) by Italian Architects Burnazzi Feltrin.

(Image credit: Pam Culpepper)

Finally, even a normal staircase can get pumped and customized with with just some chalkboard paint. Via Houston Lifestyles & Home.

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