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Wood is a popular choice when it comes to choosing the best material for your stairs. Since wood is cheaper and comes in a lot of varieties, wooden staircases have evolved, affording many lavish design concepts, either on its own or when coupled with other common staircase materials. Look through these awe inspiring wooden staircase designs.
Filled with foliage, this staircase design will inspire you to get in touch with nature and admire the simplicity of wooden stairs. White plant boxes, coupled with thin iron balustrades alternating crisscross and parallel designs, add a touch of sophistication to this sleek design. With the plants requiring water, tending and proper sunlight, these stairs would be best installed outdoors.
With a dark metal newel and complementing iron plates to support each oak wooden step, this artistic spiral stair design is an efficient alternative if you are working within a limited space. Though without the benefit of handrails, the newel acts as a form of support and the descending steps grow bigger and bigger as you touch the ground, giving an air of unconventional elegance.
Space saving and creativity is not really a bad combination – especially when you have the right design in mind. Generally a simple wooden spiral stair, this one exudes simplistic beauty, providing a perfect balance with the patterned tile at the foot of the stairs.
Overdoing the twists and turns without making it look dull or too much is the inspiration behind this wooden staircase. Simple, elegant, polished and worth praising, this design is truly inspiring if you want to combine style and simplicity in one look.
If the first twisting stair design is too simple for you, upgrade the look with this wooden strips spiral staircase. With dominant wooden strips for the balustrade, the rest of the stair is complemented with glass and steel handrails.
If you don’t want your staircase to be the typical link between two floors in your home, make it a place where you can store your books or anything you might want to pick up along your way. With the finished white balustrade and polished hardwood steps, it’s a perfect blend for the clean look with added style.
Go rustic with this wooden stair design and use an actual log as your stairs’ support. Be creative and combine any contemporary material you may want for your balustrade, like this webbing of steel and lined balustrade.
Simple and elegant – get the look with this open-tread wooden stair. It’s nothing flashy but the classic look is enough to draw your attention to its simplistic beauty.