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November 22, 2013
Seven staircases that take their respective interiors to the next level.
iron lace interior living room

The centerpiece of an addition to a Montreal house is a new anthracite “iron lace” staircase, which was loosely inspired by wooden circle motifs found in the house’s original entryway. Photo by Andre Doyon.

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Originally appeared in A Sophisticated Renovation in Montreal
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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design staircase glass facade kitchen brownstone renovation Brooklyn

The back staircase in a Brooklyn brownstone renovated by Jessica Helgerson abuts a glass facade overlooking the backyard and allowing plenty of light into the kitchen area above. The art hanging on the wall is by artist Julie Thevenot. Photo by: Andrew Cammarano

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Originally appeared in A Color-Drenched Brooklyn Brownstone
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A guesthouse conversion in San Francisco

In a compact guest house by Christi Azevedo, a custom metal stair leads to the second story. Photo by Cesar Rubio.

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Originally appeared in A Compact Three-Story Brick Loft in San Francisco
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open plan concrete home in japan entryway

Cantilevered pine stairs appear to float weightlessly in a house in Japan. Photo by: Iwan Baan

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Originally appeared in Open-Plan Concrete Home in Japan
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Steel staircase.

A custom-fabricated steel staircase in a Seattle house by Olson Kundig adds a subtle focal point to the restrained interior.

Originally appeared in Modern Steel House in Seattle
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In a renovated Harlem townhouse, steel stairs instill an industrial vibe. Photo by: Adam Friedberg

Originally appeared in Six Stairs to Savor
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A wood-and-steel open staircase in an Argentine residence wends its way up three stories, supported by a concrete structural wall embedded with PVC tubes and bare lightbulbs. Photo by: Cristóbal Palma

Originally appeared in Six Stairs to Savor
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iron lace interior living room

The centerpiece of an addition to a Montreal house is a new anthracite “iron lace” staircase, which was loosely inspired by wooden circle motifs found in the house’s original entryway. Photo by Andre Doyon.

Photo by André Doyon .

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