Your stairs are much more than a path from point A to point B. Here, ways to up your style quotient.
Paint risers a mix of shades in a single color to create visual interest as your eye follows the stairs. An otherwise neutral entry provides a backdrop for statement-making color.
Nestled in this staircase's landing area is a perfectly situated reading nook surrounded by ornate sconces and a jewel-tone tapestry.
A classic staircase leads to an open floor plan and naturally becomes the standout piece among the joined living room, eating area, and kitchen.
This staircase is beauty in simplicity. Unfinished beams float from the wall and epitomize casual seaside style. Just watch where you step!
This homeowner used warm wood and stainless steel to create a staircase that winds through the center of the home. The staircase has been likened to a whale's backbone, both in size and splendor!
A hand-painted tile-and-stone staircase leading down to the home's patio is lined with conch shells for a coastal vibe without the kitsch.
This home was built to withstand a category 3 hurricane, but utility married style in the ultra-modern aluminum and solid teak staircase.
The stairwell runner's neutral tone disguises flaws made by dirty feet while the turquoise stripes and colored cubbies keep things interesting.
Follow this cottage's lead by spotlighting outdoor elements in your own home. A large piece of driftwood serves as the perfect natural handrail.
The spiral staircase is anchored by a painted compass and a moody blue striped floor for a striking nautical look from every angle.