Published at Tuesday, October 17th 2017. by Alissa Mendez in Model Staircase.
When building a home, decisions must be made as to what materials should be used. Choosing hardwood will always be the correct choice, as it is durable and in the hands of someone with true knowledge of wood working, can be transformed into a wonderful hardwood staircase.
The other benefit that will almost always outweigh the cost is the durability of the wooden staircases. These staircases will last as long as the home, usually with limited maintenance. As with most things the quality and durability will usually make the extra cost nominal.
Spiral staircases are interesting, but unlike regular staircases, theyre not easy to decorate. Most spiral staircases, especially if theyre in a location thats easily seen, attract enough attention and decorating around them would just make the space seem cumbersome. Although what if the spiral staircase is there because you are trying to save space and you would still want to decorate, or at the very least place some of your stuff around the staircase. What do you do?
The aesthetic of a staircase made of hardwood also cannot be replaced. Nothing finishes off a beautiful home like a beautiful staircase. The feel of the hardwood under bare feet is priceless. This means that not only is a hardwood staircase the perfect eye-catching addition to a home, but these staircases even improve the feel of the home.
Adding a hardwood staircase may be slightly more expensive than a carpeted staircase, but the value it adds to a home is almost priceless. If redesigning an existing home, do not hesitate to consider an upgrade for the stairs, if new construction then there really is no other choice than a well made decorative staircase.
However as home restoration and redesign has picked up as a hobby and a way to make a living, there has been a return to the love of hardwood flooring and staircases. Many a home designer has pulled back old worn out carpet to find beautiful wood floors. These discoveries have begun a trend to have the decorative hardwood staircases restored instead of again being covered with carpet.