Stephanie Owen. Staircase Understairs. September 27th , 2018.
'Start by thinking about the house as a whole and assess the areas where things are tight,' suggests architect Mark Dyson. 'Think about your priorities and how you need to use the space, then you can plan multifunctional zones.' Living in a restricted space means your home has to work much harder, but clever design, careful planning and a considered approach will allow it to run smoothly without compromising an inch of your own personal style.
There is a huge scope for different building materials, from glass structures that appear to float and modern steel staircases in bright, matt or brushed finishes, through to oak or teak. Consider combining materials and think about what will work best in your interior. 'The trend now is heading towards a more timeless look and I would recommend quality materials and simple details,' says Richard McLane. 'You can't change a staircase even as often as a kitchen, and it's such a major part of the house that it should transcend fashion.'
The space of the house is another aspect which needs to be taken into consideration. One needs to see whether the house has enough space to accommodate a grand design, or have a limited space. If a house is small, it is best to select a design that does not take a large area of the house. On the other hand, if the place is bigger, one may opt for more attractive and bigger staircase.
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