A curved staircase can be an exciting opportunity to add architectural drama to a space. It can be its own stand-alone statement or one that is carried throughout the house as a way to introduce other sinuous shapes and forms without feeling out of place.
The empty space below a curved staircase is the perfect place for a round table with decor
If a spiral staircase follows the path of a curved wall, sconces or a dramatic wall treatment are great solutions to keep the wall from feeling bare.
Spiral staircases are a popular choice in many duplex apartments because of their functionality in being able to provide vertical height to small spaces. This example is particularly eye-catching because of the various materials of which its comprised.
This staircase is a great example of how the curved lines can be carried throughout the house. The arched doorway is a nice reference to its organic lines
If you want to have the staircase stand alone as the architectural centerpiece but still want subtle references to the rounded design throughout the space, a great solution is to achieve that through lighting.
We love the bold yet minimalist design of this curved staircase designed for a modern apartment in Tel Aviv.
Here’s another example of a designer who opted for a modern design with this eye-catching staircase that has sculpture-like appeal