Advantages of Floating Stairs
One of the minimalist design principles is how to create a functional feature that is both airy and dramatic room. By adding a floating stairs is a way to make your home unique, and this type of staircase is particularly attractive in a home with modern minimalist decor.
Advantages of floating stairs.
The simplistic staircase design, most commonly found within bridges and aircrafts. This design has been transferred into staircase design that needs no support underneath or in between creates a vision of open space, which demonstrates the unique floating appearance that is extremely aesthetically pleasing. No matter if they are used in the house or in your office, the floating stairs are really astonishing and provide a timeless simplicity. Floating staircases frequently have wooden, glass or stone steps, but other materials are possible too.
Floating staircases are created by attaching treads to a wall or staircase’s stringer on one side, with the other side unsupported. The traditional style of stairs with guardrails on each side, can make very complicated to adapt to a small space. Floating stairs are thus a great alternative as the steps themselves are more lightweight while the guardrail can be removed. But sometimes a floating stair does not require the support of a near wall or otherwise enclosed space, the variety of locations where they can be placed in your home multiplies.
Disadvantages of floating stairs.
Because many floating staircases lack the handrails, they’re unsafe for young children and people with poor vision or poor coordinationas well.
The empty space means you may get your foot caught between the steps, leading to a serious accident. Floating stairs also have to be very securely anchored in place because there is no supporting structure underneath, which means that the stairs’ stability can lead to an extra expense.