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Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photos of which are certainly shown when describing the interior of private two-storey houses, are not only portals between two floors of the building, but also a wonderful design subject. Most of the owners of cottages choose wood as a building material for the construction of stairs. This is due to its beauty, environmental friendliness and relative accessibility. In addition, the wood, decorated accordingly, is perfectly combined with a large number of architectural and interior styles.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Wooden staircase with metal elements

  • 1 Requirements for interstory stairs
  • 2 wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options
  • 3 Design options for wooden interstory stairs
  • 4 Filling the sublight space
  • 5 Stairs to the attic: photo options
  • 6 Wooden stairs to the second floor (video)

Requirements for interstory stairs

Interstory stairs are objects of constant use in their functionality, therefore, they are subject to requirements corresponding to the status, both in terms of convenience and safety, and in terms of aesthetic qualities:

  • the object should be beautiful and ideally combined with all the features of the interior of the room. Its aesthetics should not be questioned by anyone;

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Modern wooden staircase

  • the ladder should fully take into account the biomechanics of human movement, that is, it should be absolutely convenient for climbing and descending;

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

When choosing a staircase to the second floor, it is important to correctly calculate its size

  • all the details of the structure and their connections with each other must have strength and reliability: the steps simply have to withstand a load close to 300 kg per m2 of space, and the railings should not break under significant transverse pressure.;

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Stairs with steps-shelves

Useful advice! In order to comply with all the requirements imposed on the stairs, it is necessary not only to pay attention to the beauty of the structure, but also to make correct calculations of its slope, width and height of the steps. Do not forget about the railing at the same time.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

The original design of the stairs

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

The choice of design and type of stairs is largely determined by the purpose of the room in which it is installed. By design, the staircase can be either straight, rotary, or helical. If the staircase is located in a fairly large hallway or living room, then it is better to make the steps of a small height, but their width is as wide as possible. Do not ignore the creation of platforms with railings, as they are responsible for safety, especially when there are elderly people and young children in the family.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Stairs with glass railings

When the area of the required room is not high, it will be correct to install a spiral staircase structure in it. Of course, they are not so convenient for movement, but they are very elegant, beautiful and occupy a minimum of useful space. It would be even more rational to use pivoting staircase designs with run-up steps. This option also does not take up much space, and if the width of the steps is not less than 100 cm, it will even allow you to pile dimensional furniture on the second floor, however, not without difficulty.

Due to the wealth of design options, wooden stairs are most often installed to get to the second floor. Photos and design features of some of them can be considered in more detail.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Wooden staircase in the living room

Design options for wooden interstory stairs

Today, the style of the interior of the room mainly dictates the choice of design options and the color of the stairs. Original Scandinavian design has spread from the Nordic countries. It is characterized by the maximum use of natural beauties and advantages of wood. It has a light shade, and often turns white at all. This is due to the climatic features of the circumpolar regions of Scandinavia, where there is not enough sunlight, especially in winter. Often this style involves the installation of combined types of stairs, in which you can observe a harmonious combination of wood and metal.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Stairs with original steps

Another “wood” style is called “Russian hut”. It is characterized by the presence of numerous massive carved ornaments made of wood. Some of them can be considered masterpieces of Russian architecture. The themes of these patterns can be completely different. The Russian ecoteme is in great demand today. For its implementation, a sufficiently large area of the room is required so that the full scope of the national tradition is visible.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Wooden staircase

An extremely large number of wooden stairs to the second floor, photos of which can be found anywhere, are equipped with fences and wooden railings. They are supported on racks, between which various decorative elements are installed. Among them, the most common are balusters, which are carved columns with a bizarre shape. Sometimes there are variants in which the space between the racks is filled with forged patterned elements. They are in perfect harmony with the massive wooden structure of the staircase.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Compact wall ladder

Useful advice! Fences can be made of metal in other ways besides forging. Such openwork designs are distinguished by lightness and elegance.

Filling the sublight space

Any staircase design assumes the presence of unclaimed space under it. If there is not enough space in the house, then even it can turn into a useful area. Sometimes it is dictated by the need to implement some design ideas.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Workplace under the stairs

The simplest way to use the space under the stairs that comes to mind is to set up a storage room for inventory and various things. There you can build a closet that will free up space in the hallway and allow you to identify clothes, all shoes and other household items, as well as care products for them. If you attach drawers with wheels to this, then you can generally claim 100% of the entire space under the stairs. It will also facilitate cleaning under the wooden stairs to the second floor. There are quite a lot of photo options for filling the podlestnichny space.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

There is a kitchen under the stairs

Some designers create a comfortable seating area under the stairs. Children especially like it. You can even put a table there, creating a small office for work. No one forbids making shelves for books there by creating a library. The main thing is that this whole structure does not weigh down the entire appearance of the stairs, does not make it too bulky and does not limit the possibilities for cleaning the room too much.

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The staircase acts as shelves for storing things

Stairs to the attic: photo options

If we consider ideal conditions, then the attic staircase is designed already at the time of drafting. However, in reality everything happens differently. Often the attic itself is completed much later than the commissioning of a residential facility, and often occurs on the site of an ordinary attic room. In such conditions, you have to puzzle over the problem of installing stairs to the attic. A photo of some options allows us to make a small overview of them.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

A small staircase to the attic room

There are a sufficient number of options for the construction of such stairs. Their design is not limited by almost any additional frames compared to conventional interstory stairs. Take at least a spiral staircase. She can perfectly emphasize the style of the room and give it a pompous and expensive look. Most importantly, this structure occupies a completely small piece of space and can be built even in an already inhabited house without compromising useful space and without the need for cardinal reconstruction.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Spiral staircase in the bedroom

If the attic is used only in the summer, and even then not often, and the area in the house is completely limited, then you can build a folding ladder that will be attached to the hatch cover. She will not embarrass the owners of the house in any way, with the attic closed, she will not even be visible. At the same time, such a ladder can easily be unfolded, if necessary, with a simple movement.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Wooden staircase to the attic

If the attic is actually a full-fledged second floor, then the staircase to the attic should also be full-fledged. Photos of marching wooden stairs often show that they connect two such floors. The marching design is distinguished by comfort and ease of use. It can be rotated by 90 or 180 degrees and straight. This design can be arranged only with a sufficient amount of space.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Suspended structure of the attic staircase

Useful advice! In some cases, the entrance to the attic is outside the house. With such a design, a staircase can also be built outside of it.

Wooden stairs to the second floor, photo options

Wooden stairs in the kitchen

If, after thinking about it, you decide to build a two-storey house yourself, or supplement the existing attic floor, then you can make a choice from a certain number of options for inter-storey wooden stairs to the second floor. Photos of finished works will help determine this choice.

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