- Installing a new staircase often goes to the very bottom of allmost all renovation wishlists, however the choice to change it can create major effect within your interior design style. Open staircase, or stairs without risers, in which treads are visible from above and below are offer an eye-catching alternative to traditional ones and they feels light, airy, and elegant.
We’ve selected 15 open staircase ideas, from chic and modern to traditionally rustic.
METAL CABLES AND WOOD
Ski chalet has a modern touch thanks to metal suspension cables.
GLASS AND WHITE CONCRETE
A beautiful contrast between floating wood box and glass open stairs.
Swarovski chandelier looks fabulous over stainless steel and glass open staircase.
WOOD AND GLASS
Striking stairs without risers in a beautiful house in Chicago.
Rustic farmhouse with and rough-hewn wood staircase.
Steel fins integrate staircase into a bookshelf and create high-tech style.
FLOATING WOOD STEPS
Cozy Scandinavian interior design style keeps living room airy and light with the help of block type floating stairs.
GLASS AND STEEL
A custom staircase of steel and reinforced glass leads from the ground floor to the downstairs dining room and kitchen.
This beautiful sculptural staircase is made of glass, walnut, and steel.
WOOD AND BRASS
An open staircase in brass and wood in a duplex of a fashion CEO.
STEEL, OAK, AND GLASS
Modernity is blended with the traditional beach house aesthetic.
OPEN SPIRAL STAIRCASE
Striking spiral stairs in a traditional style library is crafted of iron and mahogany.
STEEL, NICKEL, AND TIMBER
A pale gray runner completes the glamorous look of a custom staircase made of steel, nickel, and treated timber.
Open staircases bring to your home gorgeous and modern feel, letting natural light flow through to the lower floors while maintaining an uncluttered look. And if you want to refresh your home, you always can try closing open stairs.