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18 staircase designs that will look fabulous in small houses

Ritika Tiwari Ritika Tiwari
Industrial style corridor, hallway and stairs by NonWarp Industrial
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Accept it or not, staircases are the most vital part of a house, connecting us to the hard to reach areas. Just a little experiment with designs and shapes of stairs will let you improve the functioning of the house remarkably.

Homeowners often complain about the compact size of the house and lack of decoration ideas associated with it. But, do you really think that beauty of a place is limited by size and shape? 

Not so true, since even the tiniest corner of the house can be turned into a dazzling one and these 18 staircase  examples below justify it in elegance.

​A wooden staircase at the entrance filled with elegance

Regardless of the simplicity of design, the dark shaded stairs hold an amazing charm.  By adding brightness to the side of stairs, the designers have maintained the modern look of this house diligently.

​Wavy and Adapting to Space

A warm transition has been used here to create a link between multiple spaces. The wooden staircase and metallic setting combine quite adequately with the rest of the colors and decorations.

​Metal and Glass Brings in the Light

Nothing can be better than this stair design, when you want to save some space.   Framed with metal and glass, this crystal stair design is that x-factor that we try to find in every architecture.

​Narrow steps to optimize space

Decorate your stairs with textured marble as in this house. A simple design here has been transformed into a presentation of elegance. However, you should not forget anti-slip tapes.

​Multifunctional Staircase: For a small study

Why not think out of the box and create a surreal space? You can create a small study out of the stair space.

​Practical Lights make up for space

Practicality lets you have a better arrangement in even the smallest corners. Moreover, a practical solution for this home lets the décor come out with the desired charm.

​Circular and Modern

Helix designs let you reveal the beauty secrets from every angle of the stairs. Lights embedded on the sides of the wall complements the work and it’s nothing less than a warm and cozy setting.

​In one stretch

Being a lightweight material, wood is known for its flowing capacity, but if combined with right metals, the result can be as fantastic as this house.

​Invisible and Enticing

​A single-flight cantilever staircase crafted in toughened, laminated glass Modern corridor, hallway & stairs by Railing London Ltd Modern
Railing London Ltd

​A single-flight cantilever staircase crafted in toughened, laminated glass

Railing London Ltd

The perfect combination of brightness, purity, and color. If you want to surprise your guests with heavenly décor, then this is just the choice.

​Tight and Bright

The hallway and stairs at ​the Old Hall in Suffolk Modern corridor, hallway & stairs by Nash Baker Architects Ltd Modern Wood Wood effect
Nash Baker Architects Ltd

The hallway and stairs at ​the Old Hall in Suffolk

Nash Baker Architects Ltd

For the wood lovers, playing with lights is the simplest trick to add variation around the stair

​Fine Barandal and Floating Steps

It’s wooden again and we won’t question why. Wood has always been the most desirable material when it comes to stair construction. Mix it right with the metals to get some exquisite results.

​White Color: the ally of tight spaces

Main staircase Classic style corridor, hallway and stairs by William Gaze Ltd Classic
William Gaze Ltd

Main staircase

William Gaze Ltd

Glossy white has been the best choice when you have a lack of space. The designers of this house went with traditional banister and carpets to bring in the classic touch.

​Pure Minimalism

For compact spaces, go for minimalist designs. For instance, all you have here are a few lines on the white wall mixed with functional aspects.

​Experimental Design

This is quite an interesting showcase of dimensions. The staircase is bent on the axis to create a bridge between both the portions of the house.

​Guardrails and glass staircase in two sections

Without subtracting the space, the glass here recreates the modern appeal of this house.

​Concrete and Marked Inclination

All you have in this room is concrete and lighting. The pendant lights hanging by the side of the stairs is amazing to have in this compact space.

​Freshness Abound

To represent elegance, you won’t always need square meters. Just the dimension and aesthetic can define the charm.

​Simply Done

Go for something as simple that your neighbor had never thought of and it will create a sensation for sure.

We hope you liked these designs, keep browsing and follow us for more simple yet divine ideas.

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