8 Notable Non-Entry Staircases

Staircases don't just belong in an entryway; they can be a crucial design element in any space.
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March 23, 2015
By: Lauren Harris

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Home Library With Rich Wood and Spiral Staircase

Magnificent cherry wood architectural paneling and detailing are the signature elements in this two-story library and home office. The wool area rug and comfortable leather seating anchors this room and the custom spiral staircase leads one up to the second-floor home office, which is off the master bedroom. The original oil painting is illuminated by the picture light above to call attention to it in the evening.

Home Gym

This staircase featuring a geometric glass railing connects a two-story fitness facility.


This slender spiral staircase leads to a loft area in the bedroom without taking up too much space. Design by Rate My Space user timelessinteriors

Sitting Area

A staircase winds into a comfy sitting area providing a more private passageway to a relaxing spot. Design by Joseph Cortes

Semi-Circular Bar

This unique bar area is abundant with color and creativity. Custom crafted wood cabinets and arched windows follow the circular pattern of the stairs and ceiling. Design by Dave Stimmel

From: Dave Stimmel

Wine Cellar

This grand staircase leads into the basement's wine cellar. Made of 300-year-old barn wood, the stairs will have you feeling like you are entering a secret passageway.

Yoga Studio

The simple spiral staircase winds down to the home's yoga studio and lounge area with heated floors and appropriately minimalistic design. Design by Andreas Charalambous


The staircase winds into HGTV's 2012 Green Home kitchen.

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