Although we don’t notice, stunning staircases can really make the difference in a house decoration. When it comes to your luxury home’s interior design you need to pay attention to this “detail”. We give you an help.
For the Miami home of filmmaker Michael Bay, the interior designer Lynda Murray conceptualized a site-specific ceiling-to-floor light sculpture, executed by glass artist Alison Berger, that cascades down the center of a 40-foot nautilus staircase. Rising three stories from the living room to the roof deck, the glass-and-steel staircase was designed by architect Chad Oppenheim. The living room floors are limestone, and the wall of windows looks out onto a reflecting pool.
Painter John Dowd displays selections from his art collection in the stairwell of the 1820s cottage he restored in Provincetown, Massachusetts. A 1950s portrait by Judith Shahn of a local gas-station attendant hangs near a painting by Ross Moffett of chimney repairmen. The chaise longue is 19th century, and the wide plank floors are original to the house.
Kelly Wearstler designed a dramatic staircase with a custom brass railing for a home on Mercer Island, Washington. The wall paper is by Porter Teleo.
For the entry of a 1920s apartment in Manhattan, designer William Sofield conceived a sweeping oval staircase with glass-egg banister dividers and a custom-made silk runner inspired by waterfalls.
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