Beautiful Staircases

  • Kips Bay Decorator Show House NYC: John Douglas Eason Interiors

    The golden light fixture and warm, hand-painted walls are a nice complement to the limestone Romanesque staircase. The Kips Bay Decorator Show House is open daily through May 29.   See the Image

  • Staircase: Sheryl Crow's Secluded Compound in Los Angeles

    The two-story entryway features a wrought iron staircase that is decorated with Spanish tiles that are original to the home.    See the Image

  • Stairs: Manor House in Ellicott City, Md.

    A beautiful wrought-iron railing and polished wood bannister accompany residents up the swooping curved staircase. Pastoral scenes and a peek-through window await near the top.   See the Image

  • Foyer: Classic Colonial in Riverside, Conn.

    In the home's airy foyer, make a grand entrance sweeping down the lovely curved staircase, while overhead the ceiling soars up, up and away.   See the Image

  • Anjelica Huston House: Designer Stairway

    Even the stairways in Anjelica Huston's former home have the mark of an artist, as they were designed by her late husband, sculptor Robert Graham.   See the Image

  • This sprawling oceanfront estate is located in Highland Beach, a coastal suburb located in South Florida. The six-bedroom home is fully furnished by interior designer, Marc Michaels. Features include…   See the Image

  • Spiral Staircase: Grand Townhouse in Chicago

    With its sweeping curves and contrasting dark and white wood, the circular staircase is truly a beautiful architectural achievement.   See the Image

  • Trisha Yearwood's Nashville Home for Sale: Entryway

    The front entryway's light colors keep the space bright and inviting. Custom millwork serves as a beautiful greeting that carries throughout the house.   See the Image

  • Stairs and View: Mountainview Home in Cape Town, South Africa

    A glittering chandelier echoes the pattern of the stairs just below. At the top of the stairs, all glass railings make sure the breathtaking views are always on full display.   See the Image