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A three-quarter turn staircase lined with black stringers. It has wooden treads and thin steel railings. There’s a tall wooden console table beneath it facing matching cabinetry topped with granite counter.
Modern design staircase showcases a steel zig-zag stringer framed with glass railings along the hardwood flooring and concrete paneled walls.
A fabulous wooden staircase features white spindles lined with dark wood handrail and topped with a gray textured runner. It is illuminated by a crystal chandelier and vintage wall sconce mounted on the mint green patterned wall.
Wooden three-quarter turn staircase with white railings on blue walls accented with white crown moldings.
An open riser staircase with wooden treads and black mono stringer framed with glass railings. It is placed between stone brick walls with gorgeous water feature in the middle.
White staircase beautifully contrasted with black treads and handrails for a sophisticated look. There’s a matching round table paired with a white stool on its front.
A rich wood staircase accented with white risers along with the fireplace. There’s a wooden framed mirror that hung over a cabinet underneath the stairs.
A lovely geometric chandelier illuminated the light wood staircase with wrought iron railings. It is decorated with a potted plant that is placed on every landing.
Floating wooden staircase with mono stringer and thin steel railings. It is accompanied with a round glass top table surrounded with cork stools in the corner.
Beach style staircase fitted with wooden treads along the white shiplap walls It is designed with lovely wall art and lanterns.
Contemporary staircase decorated with a huge abstract wall art. It has frameless glass railings and light wood treads with no risers.
A lovely decor that’s bursting in colors gives life to the dull space. Next to it is an open riser staircase with wood treads sandwiched in the brick walls.
Wooden three-quarter turn staircase sits on the matching platform along with a cushioned bench and plant decor. They are illuminated with natural lights that stream through the white paneled windows.
Charming wood staircase with glass balustrade framed with wood panel and fixed against white walls.
Vintage dark wood staircase complements the arched entry door with glass panels. It is designed with a black chandelier and multi-colored rug.
This wooden staircase that’s surrounded with white textured walls boasts a continuous steel railing.
A spectacular marble staircase covered with wooden balustrade that beautifully flows along with the second level.
A three-quarter turn staircase changes direction three times. The lower stairs lead to a landing, or open well, with another set of stairs above it. The stairs lead to a second landing with a third and final set of stairs that lead to the next floor. In other words, the staircase turns through three right angles.
The three-quarter design is used when there is a significant vertical distance between two floors.
Due to the changing angles of the design, three-quarter-turn stairs are not suitable small for spaces but will work fine in medium to extra-large homes, and in commercial buildings. In commercial buildings, an elevator may be placed in the open well area.
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Pros and Cons of Three-Quarter Turn Staircases
A three-quarter turn staircase offers you the perfect opportunity to turn the wall along with your staircase into an art gallery. Hang framed photographs or artwork to decorate the walls along the staircase and give people something to admire when they stop at a landing.
A three-quarter turn staircase will give your family and visitors ample light and a view of your front (or back) yard.
Depending on how your staircase is configured, you’ll be able to get a full view of the living room, kitchen or other room below the stairs.
A three-quarter turn staircase is hard to build, and not suitable for smaller homes. The changes in direction may be disconcerting for older people and individuals with disabilities.
A Great Choice for Contemporary Design
A three-quarter turn staircase will fit right in if your home design and décor is geared toward the modern, mid-century or avant-garde.
Place sculpture in the open well to make your own mini-museum, or make the staircase itself into a work of art with wood and metal stairs sans balusters. Keep a minimalist but intriguing look by using metal bars as a balustrade with or without a railing on the wall.
Traditional homes can take advantage of the three-quarter turn design by enclosing wood treads and risers with painted spindles lining the staircase. Placing square newels at each point in the turn will make your home seem vast and majestic.
Other traditional designs highlight carpeted stairs and wrought iron balusters topped by a wood handrail. The three-quarter turn staircase design benefits from chandelier placement over the beginning of the staircase.
The winding of the three-quarter staircase makes it great for snaking sections from inside the house to outside to inside again, as used in large Southwestern or Western-style homes. More conservative indoor staircases made with wood treads and no risers are also appropriate for Southwestern style homes.