7 Gorgeous Mid-Century Modern Staircases

If you want to redesign your stairs, then these mid-century modern staircases are sure to inspire you. The mid-century modern period was noteworthy for its introduction of simple, practical design into residential interior design. The home staircases from this time period were sharp, modern, and sleek.

Oftentimes, the type of stairs found has already been chosen for us when we buy our home, but if you are in the design stage, then these mid-century staircases will be a great source of inspiration. Even though stairs are just a transitory space in the home, they should definitely fit in with your space design-wise if you want to live in a harmonious home.

Mid-Century Modern Staircases

Mid-century modern decor has roots in the past, but today it’s making a big comeback. Homeowners and renters are drawn to the clean lines, simplistic forms, and bold colors of the mid-century period. Get in on the retro design action with our mid-century modern style guides like this one!

Let’s take a peek at several great examples of mid-century staircase design in contemporary homes.

Black Vertical Rods

Mid-century Modern Staircase Ideas via Bella Vista Developments
Bella Vista Developments

Split Level Staircase

Mid-Century Modern Staircase Split-Level via @postandbeamliving

Floating Staircase

Mid-Century Modern Staircase Ideas via @theatomicranch

Vertical Wood Panels

Mid-century Modern Staircase via Eco Outdoor AUS
Eco Outdoor AUS

Rectangular Cut-Outs Iron Railing

Mid-century Modern Staircase via brandon architects
brandon architects

Open Layout Staircase

Mid-century modern stairs open layout via My House DesignBuildTeam
My House DesignBuildTeam

Warm Wood

Mid-century Modern Staircase Ideas Guggenheim Architecture Design Studio
Guggenheim Architecture Design Studio

I hope you found a few good ideas for your mid-century staircase design! Which one was your favorite?

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    1. They aren’t spindles. It’s considered a wood slat wall. You could have a carpenter of some sort measure, cut and install for you. It’s what we did. Found a guy on Facebook marketplace.

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