Every Home Needs a Spiral Staircase

Well, only kidding, but I can’t help but wish I had one of my own.

There are lots of advantages to a spiral staircase over a conventional one for a start. They take up less space, especially in small cottages or apartments. They are relatively inexpensive. You can buy stairs online and they are that much easier to install. They come in a huge range of materials so there will be one suitable whatever type of dwelling you own. They are absolutely perfect as a second interior staircase – one up to a mezzanine floor for example. And last but not least, they can be a feature in themselves.

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Spiral staircases suit contemporary homes perfectly. This one makes such a statement against the minimalist white walls and floor and the chrome picks out the chrome elements in the adjacent dining room.

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They can suit more traditional interiors too. The staircase above takes its inspiration for traditional models but is updated with a white coating making it stand out against the green wall.

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Mixing a modern staircase with period features can look stunning if you keep the furnishings and accessories plain so that they do not detract the eye.

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How cute is that dog?

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And last but not least, they can be used outside too.

Do you need any more convincing?

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3 Comments

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    laura redburn

    February 21, 2014

    we live in a flat currently, but i’ve always wanted a house with a spiral staircase!

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    Niklas Lindahl

    February 20, 2014

    Dear Deco,

    Please consider this in order to keep your children safe: http://uk.fontanotshop.com/staircase-safety-gate.html

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    Deco Review

    February 20, 2014

    I agree that Spiral staircase has lots of advantages. But somehow I feel bit scared while using it. Especially while climbing the stairs with kids.

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