A art wall looks great on the walls of stairwells. You can use framed art, family photos, or anything else to fill the area in a creative and interesting way.
The railing is someplace where subtle yet impactful design is not only possible, but encouraged.
If a bold pattern like leopard print isn't quite your speed, there's no need to avoid a runner completely.
"Keep it simple to elevate the design," recommends Meacham. "The simple elegance of a thin, iron staircase is timeless and elegant."
The post at the end of the stairs, the newel, is an oft overlooked world of possibilities. A bold or detailed post can transform the entire case.
However much we love a cute runner, there is something so stylish about a floor that is left bare.
Remember that the stair case is prime real estate come the holidays. Still, this space can shine all year long.
It's a great idea to hang art on both the wall next to the steps and the wall below them. Use all the wall space that a staircase gives you.
Shiplap is one of our favorite ways to seamlessly spruce up any space—and the staircase is no exception.
If you're lucky enough to have a window gracing your stairwell, then we envy your natural light. Boost the window's design stronghold by adding a charming treatment.