Victorian Staircase Design Ideas
Polsky Perlstein Architects
Mark Schwartz Photography
Rudolph Architects designed this home in the Jersey Shore Shingle Style vocabulary. The 7,500 sf home is designed to take full advantage of the panoramic views across the river to the neighboring communities of Rumson, Red Bank and Fair Haven. Design features include; the Richardsonian form, use of columns and sweeping porches, the most prominent of which is the traditional wraparound porch on the entry level. The interior of the house is organized around an open stairwell. The vaulted ceiling above this stairwell draws daylight into the center of the home through the large Palladian window oriented south. As in many of the homes which we have completed, Rudolph Architects designed all of the interior trim work and built-in cabinetry.This home has been featured in several high-end design magazines.
Daniely Design Group
Grand double staircase.
Tom Stringer Design Partners
Photography by: Werner Straube
Anthony Baratta LLC
Brookfield Residential Northern California
Douglas Johnson Photography
Anthony Crisafulli Photography
© Anthony Crisafulli 2014
Christopher Hall Architect, Inc.
Architect: Christopher Hall Architect, Inc. Photgraphy: Warren Patterson
Knotting Hill Interiors
Tucked into a corner of the kitchen area is a spiral staircase that was retrieved from the burned ruins of a 16th century French castle and retrofitted for current building codes. The children enjoy using the staircase which leads to the upstairs playroom. Photo Credit: Knotting Hill Interiors
ID Studio Interiors
This is the original staircase and newel post. over the years the light was destroyed so we found a replacement that is a perfect match!
Main staircase: Back in 1970’s, the house was divided into flats, the original staircase removed and a kitchen was installed in this space instead. When we deal with period properties, it is very important to be true to the building therefore, we brought back the original layout of the house and (with some research into Victorian floor plans) we designed and built the staircase the way it would have been made 136 years ago. We installed a dado rail to match the period with Oak flooring to bring back the old charm.