Types of staircases to suit each home.
Staircases in your home can create some great architectural design
1. Arched staircase
Because of the arched staircase's graceful appearance, it has almost exclusively been placed in entryways and foyers. This is certainly the staircase to choose when looking for a centerpiece or grand first impression of the home. The disadvantage that comes with this type of stairs is that it is the most difficult of all to plan and construct, since all of its details, including the
2. Straight and simple
Straight stairs are by far the most widespread and popular, they are convenient, functional and the most cost-effective. If you're looking for the most practical solution, a straight staircase will never be the wrong choice. It is especially suited to minimalist homes and interiors due to its intrinsic simplicity. It is, however, significant to note these type of stairs take up much linear space and does not create a barrier between floors, which usually creates some privacy.
3. In the corners
It is also often referred to as L-shaped stairs and can have more than one landing when more than one change in orientation is required. Quarter landing stairs are very convenient and are also safer than straight stairs, due to the landing, which provides a place of rest in moving up or down. This staircase is ideal for corners, as it easily conforms to the space of the house's design. It is a very logical use of
Winder stairs throw caution to the wind and
5. Spiraling down
The spiral staircase is certainly the most interesting design. It has a helical arc, resembling the shape of a spring. All of the treads are wedge-shaped, but as opposed to the winder and arched staircases, these treads are all consistent in size. There is a central vertical post around which the