Staircases, especially indoors, take a vital part of overall home decor. If your house is built in a single story, so you have no deal with it. Today’s housings, however, are mostly designed in more-than-one-story building, and most of them are in two. These magnificent staircase design ideas will definitely make you SHOCKED…!!! Then say, WOW… Since our new collections are based on the most amazing designs, they are all worth trying. See the different types of stairs for homes to know better.
Can you get through this post without calling your contractor? That’s for later, For your new home by peggy wang, houzz, and the very best top 10. Here you’ll learn what you could do with those unused space under your wooden stairs, or high ceiling inside your house. lets’ start the count: 1. Lower your living room to create a conversation pit. The bi level living room will give your home an incredibly spacious yet cozy effect. 2. Turn an attic nook into a pillow room. What is life but one long, perpetual movie-night slumber party? 3. Display your book collection under the stairs. We have 2 info links related this stuff. 4. Or, use the space underneath for storage. Keep watching, we have more clever under-stair storage ideas from point 32 to 44. 5. Or, use that space for a book nook. So much cozy. A home decor ideas from Brooklyn berry designs. 6. Dogs are people, too, which is why your dog should probably get his or her own little haven underneath the stairs. 7. Make space for two dishwashers instead of one. You can load one, while the other washes. KitchenAid also makes a double drawer dishwasher. 8. If you’re doing a HUGE remodel, ask your contractor about tacking on a treehouse or guesthouse This add on might cost less than you think. 9. Turn your shabby garden shed into a charming artist’s shed. With big windows for lots of light and visual inspiration. 10. Install an in-wall pest control system. Pest tube installation means that all the exterminator has to do is, inject some stuff into one end to keep insects and rodents away.
Maximize your space with baseboard drawers. Especially in the kitchen and bathroom. 12. Consider a hidden room. Sometimes it’s as simple as adding a bookcase to a door. 13. Make your walls MAGNETIC. Magnektik makes large magnetic panels that are strong enough to hang anything, including shelves and TVs. 14. An “S” shaped seat turns your shower or steam room into one you can lie down in. Insane in le bain. 15. Have an extra-tall ceiling? Stretch a ceiling hammock across it. The hammock will make a tiny apartment more appropriate for 2 persons. a clever idea from Ruetemple designer company. We find this after they redesign a 33 square meters apartment for 2 students. They succeeded in creating an adventure! The second floor is full of hammocks while the first floor is a chill out. The work space is fixed, and the relaxation space is dynamic, it consists of three modules and can be changed at any moment. Depending on the cube, the space may be turned into a living room, a home office, or a bedroom. Here the owners may study and relax after a hard day, the apartment is very functional and minimalist.
A walk-in shower means no glass to clean. And they even fit into small bathroom spaces. 17. Install chutes in your kitchen for your trash and recycling. Funnel them straight into the garage. 18. A platform in a storage or guestroom hides away all of your stuff while keeping the room usable. It’s also a great way to make a comfy nook room more functional. 19. Build a dry bar into your deck. Stuff soda cart bars and stocks lots of fruit juices. it will be a magnet for everyone during hot summer outdoor. From your little kids to grandmas. 20. Turn dead space above a staircase into a playroom. 21. Build a second mini fridge in your kitchen island for some liquid bottles. Mini fridge in island for the kids, or for extra cold space needed for holidays & special occasion prep. Or really, anything you want. a make over idea from myhomelookbook.com 22. Instead of typical cabinets, build a pull-out cabinet for instant counter space. 23. Put a sink with jets in your laundry room so you have a convenient place to wash your delicates. Clean it without destroying it. 24. Hidden Ironing Board. If you have obsessions with practicality and space-saving tricks. We recommend you, A built-in wall cabinet stores for an ironing board, a power outlet, a steam connection and shelves . Plus, the outside of the door is a mirror. 25. Two words: Vacuum Baseboards. This sorcery actually exists, and you can have it without make an appointment with an ugly and annoying senior wizard with weird popping eye. 26. Kids will love having slumber parties in their bunk-room. before handed it to your children, always remind them Safety priority. 27. Bring the outdoors “IN” with these accordion glass windows and doors. It’s an epic way to open up your kitchen while entertaining. 28. Swap out your boring old ceiling for a star-gazing sunroof. Never mind Google earth snap shot. It does not have night vision feature. Yet, probably never. 29. Install a two-sided fireplace between the bathroom and the bedroom. Who needs heated tiles when you have a bathroom fireplace. 30. Frame your living room fireplace with built-in seating. Fireplaceseat is the new windowseat.
Here it is, go ahead and add that master bedroom balcony. You deserve a quiet, tranquil place to look out over your land. 32. Harry Potter bedroom. Located in the Dursley household, at 4 Privet Drive in Little Whinging, Surrey is “The cupboard under the stairs” and is the bedroom of Harry Potter. But the idea behind it is a sound one, and a great use of the otherwise unused space.No Movie Magic needed! 33. A second office under the stairs. Who would refuse to have a second working space near food storage or kitchen and family room. For me, It would be my main office area. Or, A Cheerful Home Office. If you’ve always wanted a work area but thought you didn’t have enough room, claim the space under the stairs as your own. A pretty chair, a work surface attached to the wall, and cork board for pinning inspirational images are all you need to create a fun and functional home office. 34. A White good corner. it keep things cool! White goods like the big fridge, washing machine, and dryer are those sorts of things that don’t really fit anywhere. So why not hide them under the stairs! It looks great and is a fantastic use of the otherwise dead space. 35. Bathroom under stair. While I could never make it in a million years, the idea of turning the under stairs space into a bathroom is one of the best there is! But it is a fairly complicated DIY job for sure. Or, Petite Powder Room. Who wouldn’t love an extra half bath? The space under your stairs can perfectly accommodate such a luxury. Elegant details, like the graphic wallpaper seen here, lend a sense of refinement to this cozy room. 36. Play house. a clever idea that will upgrade any little people imagination to a new level. I would hide this amazing idea from my little one, because I am sure he would love me to turn under the stairs area into a play den. 37. Stealthy Storage. Every home can use more storage. Fortunately, the often-neglected space under a staircase provides an ideal spot for built-in drawers and cabinets. This stylish example demonstrates the important role paint and hardware play in matching the surrounding decor. 38. Space-Saving Bike Storage. Many people, especially city dwellers, struggle with finding a place to store their bicycles. As this straightforward storage solution demonstrates, the space they’ve been looking for may have been underfoot all along. 39. Covert Kitchen Pantry. Every cook dreams of a pantry with floor-to-ceiling shelves and ample room for canned goods, baking supplies, and all manner of kitchen necessities. In this clean-lined interior, the large wooden doors were stained a pleasing spring green, adding an upbeat, modern sense to the space. 40. Streamlined Entertainment Center. The depth of space under a staircase can be sufficient for a built-in entertainment center that houses a flat-screen TV and a bookcase to boot, along with drawers for remotes, movies, and game accessories. You bring the popcorn !
Cozy Reading Nook from Southern living. A simple banquette piled with pillows and lit from above with a wall sconce, is a tempting spot to curl up with a favorite book. Drawers or cabinets below provide additional storage for the room. 42. Mini Mudroom. An open staircase is the perfect mini mudroom. A place for the kids to park all their stuff! Wood trim studded with upcycled door knobs catches the coats, while cubbies under a bench stash the hats, gloves and scarves. 43. Secret Room under the floor. This trap door is the perfect hideaway for seasonal items like camping gear or holiday decor. And your secret weapon in the after-dinner Hide and Seek tournament. Or, Vampire apocalypse. 44. Kitchen Collectibles. The open shelves in this modern and minimalist kitchen display collectibles and cookbooks, while also providing the design backbone for the elegant staircase above them. Or, you can use same space as a decor corner to keep a living plant with glass and some Chinese pots Bonus: 1. Step drawers and Shoe cabinet. 2. Storage fits dressing room stairs. 3. secret storage behind mini book shelf. 4. And, Staircase combo, ultimate wooden storage rack. 45. mason jar herb garden. Most herbs are extremely easy to plant and growing them in a jar is a straightforward endeavor as long as you provide plenty of light and moderate drainage. follow link under the video for the how to. 46. Custom design storage solution. Staying organized is at the top of most old or new homeowner’s list, California Closets created this completely custom designed unit to separate and store bracelets, necklaces, earrings and more. 47. Distressed wood and sliding barn door. Lawrence and Gomez Architects custom made and distressed this door for a Colorado client’s mudroom. 48. Sliding barn door for laundry room. the sliding barn door hardware in this laundry room won over the crowd. The Whirlpool Duets stacked washer and dryer were also a big draw. 49. Creative white picture frame. A sunny spot in a comfy chair is enough to win hearts. But the graphic compilation of white picture frames holding black and white family photos elevates this bedroom sitting area to another level. The chair and ottoman are from Dessin Fournir. 50. Special space for the spice rack. Functionality is something almost every homeowner wants, and these two spice racks deliver that. While some worry about the effect of heat on the spices, designer and builder Weidmann Remodeling says, a well insulated cavity surrounding the KitchenAid range and a high-quality cabinet box prevent damage from heat exposure. 51. The wood lined loft for the kid’s room. We all want what’s best for our kids. The wood-lined loft stands out, but what pulls everything together is “the tree house style” bucket pulley system for carrying heavy things up top. 52. A large rustic wood slab for the kitchen. The large rustic wood-slab counter-top dominates the modern space, adding warmth, texture and a wow factor. The wood is either redwood or wild cherry, and was purchased at Arborica in Marshall, California. The cabinets were custom made of MDF and finished with a catalytic conversion varnish. 53. Special room for the kitchen stuff. We all hate clutter. And while many of us are pretty good at keeping it out of our living spaces, our closets and pantries aren’t usually so lucky. That’s why well-kept spaces like this one, appeal to homeowners. 54. Custom ladder for the kitchen. Not far behind is this pantry with a custom rolling ladder, for accessing high-placed items with ease. A mix of drawers, cabinets, baskets and shelves turns organizing into an art. And, Finally, 55. Spa Like Bathroom. This one is covered in Jerusalem Gold honed limestone. But the showstopper is the Hansgrohe rain box that pours water from the 9-foot ceiling.