A two-storey house needs a staircase. There are various staircase designs that can be copied. However, for a small lot, we need a spiral staircase to go up. Due to it save the space, a spiral staircase is safer for kids and olds. Here we show you the pictures of house interior design with a fabulous spiral staircase.
This is the social area. There is a light blue sofa with modern patterned throw pillows. We love a tiny chair next to the window that may function as a reading nook. This area looks brighter with white walls and glass windows. Oh, can you see a staircase over there that leads us to go to the roof extension? Isn’t it cool?
Before coming to the social area we will pass a spiral staircase as well. The first floor is about the porch and living space. Then, the second one is an area where we can finish our home project or read a book every night. Look! There is a glimpse of the roof extension with a boy.
This area is about reading books together. There are some spaces that can be used for a reading nook. The owner can use the sofa, a spacious bay window, or just lay down on the floor with an area rug. We love the brown suitcases next to the side table that looks truly cool. Those elements add a classic tone.
It is not only about a reading nook but also the dining space and kitchen are here as well. Since this home adopts an open floor concept, there will be more space in one area. Enjoy your time to have lunch or dinner with your family.
After all, here is the roof extension that can be called as the balcony with a seating area. Furthermore, there are various potted green plants. This small garden adds natural feelings and gives us better air. Having a barbeque party here will be nice. Just ask your kids to have dinner here is a great option.
We adore how the designer applies horizontal timber woods on the wall. Even the floor is also done with timber woods that shows us that classics are timeless and unique. This space will give us a warmer feeling in winter and cooler conditions in summer. What do you think?