50 Stunning Staircase Wall Design Inspirations For Any Style

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Staircase Wall Design can set the mood for the staircase. Apart from being a structural support, it is an aesthetic backdrop for the stairs. Depending on the theme, the staircase wall design can either blend in or stand out. It can be an artistic piece that catches one’s eye, setting the character of the entire design. It could also be a plain wall that acts as a backdrop for an artistic staircase. Staircase Wall Design can be traditional or modern, as per the theme. Textures and colours play a major role in creating an aesthetic staircase wall design that complements the staircase. Let us look at a few stunning Staircase Wall Design ideas that could inspire your new home.

1.Broken Tile Art

The mural that graces the wall of the double-heighted stair core is an example of attention to detail and tailor-made design. Designed with the help of an artist, its colour (yellow) establishes its visual importance, while its form (avian) signifies the free energies embodied through the seamless design.

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Designed by : VPA Architects

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architect : Vipul Patel, Ronak Patel, Jinal Patel and Naiya Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Peachart

2.Projected Glass Tiles

The sweeping flight of staircase in the 12 m height atrium makes the core of the house visually & physically permeable. The cascading sectoral lines  ensure hierarchical common spaces inside the house & on the other side of the atrium, modularly stacked bedrooms creates more intimate zones.

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Designed by : Chaware & Associates

Location: Nashik, Maharshtra, India


Photograph Courtesy : SUBHASH PATIL

3.Tinted Glass On Perforations

The brick jallis is used as a screen wrapping around volumes filtering light and lending privacy, the concrete and the white painted walls become animated surfaces as a result of play of light filtering through the trees on them reflecting the shadows of the surroundings. The tinted glass inserts on the walls add striking colors to the material palette of the house.

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Designed by : i2a Architects Studio

Location: Ernakulam , Kerala

Principal Architect : AR. MANURAJ C R

Photograph Courtesy : Running Studios

4.Engravings On Concrete Wall

A lantern like, steel and glass stair hall, connects the first floor residence with the street level entrance. As one ascends through the concrete and brick clad sculptural volume and towards the upper foyer, it reveals the north facing prayer space. A precarious hanging cast-in-situ concrete ‘cross’ anchors this nebulous space.

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Designed by : DADA & Partners

Location: Gurugram

Principal Architect : Mukul Arora

Photograph Courtesy : Lightzone India

5.Imprints of Leaves

The variation in textures, brought about by the diversity in materials, creates for a truly enriching spatial experience using all the sensory organs. One can see a range of colors in a unified palette but also run a hand on the cool hard concrete, the ridged bricks, the granular mortar in-between, the smooth leathery leaves, the ribbed wooden surfaces, satiny metals, and soft upholstery. The architects have, thus, painstakingly incorporated elements in the material spectrum, creating a unique and varied experience each time.

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Designed by : Tropical Architecture Bureau

Location: Manjeri, Kerala

Principal Architect : Ar.Uvais.k

Photograph Courtesy : Prasanth Mohan, Running Studios

6.Against Translucent Curtains

The solid light of the sun enters the building through immaculate iterations, illuminating and breaking the darkness of the spaces in shadow to perform a dramatic light show on the planes of white and greys serving as an antipode to the unfathomable façade.

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Designed by : Minimalist Architecture & Design Studio

Location: Ludhiana, Punjab, India

Principal Architect : Ar. Samridh Aneja

Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh Dev Nikhanj

7.Intricately Embossed Screen 

It is the staircase that epitomizes why this villa is a step above the rest in its interior design. The staircase is the main element of the house – both structurally and aesthetically. It’s a single RCC flight structure without any external supports.The circular staircase of exposed RCC is one of the first things you will notice when you enter this house. The passage with green Kota flooring and multi-colour Kota pattern enhances the beauty of this space.

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Designed by : K.N.Associates

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Ar. Narendra Joshi & Ar. Pritesh Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah  

8.Aluminium Curtain Wall

The premise of the project was to create an outdoor environment cooled down through passive design. The 120 pax restaurant seats between a water body, the swimming pool, and an extensive tropical garden. The perimeter walls design, allow the air to flow through them creating a cross ventilation current from the cold swimming pool air out to the hot street, thus, cooling down the central space. 

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Designed by : StudioDuo Architecture & Interior

Location: Vietnam

Principal Architect : Arturo Moreno, Sarah Jacquemond

Photograph Courtesy :  Đỗ Sỹ

9.Beside Window Punctures

Metal, spiral staircase leading to terrace, adds to the mystical  value of the space. The rooftop has been designed with wooden flooring, wooden  roof , with hanging lights, nestled with raw stone murals. As the space was designed to be used in sunrise, sunset and night hours, simple design forms have been used.

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Designed by : Design Inc.

Location: Udaipur

Principal Architect : Sandeep Jain & Anup Murdia

Photograph Courtesy : Pratikruti

10.Art And Textured Fabric

Having an eye for the antiques, the owner of this house in Kamrej wanted to display his collection in the most ambient way and his specification was met and realised by designer Dalwadi. The focus on intricate details of the staircase, the entrance door and various niches displaying the hereditary artefacts only goes to prove that God lies in the Details.

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Designed by : Ichha Kriti

Location: Kazi Park, Kholwad, Kamrej,  Surat

Principal Architect : Kushal Dalwadi

Photograph Courtesy : Prachi Khasgiwala

11.Mangalore Tiled Wall

The house was designed based on the owners’ aspiration: at once a serene place for weekend relaxation and a precinct filled with greenery, light and absolute privacy.As this area is used for many mobility activities, each balcony and set of stairs is particularly customised and vary from floor to floor to avoid repetition in moving and maximise the utilisation.

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Designed by : MDA Architecture

Location: City:Tân Thới Nhất, Vietnam

Principal Architect : Vu Ha Anh, Than Tien Hoang

Photograph Courtesy : Quang Tran

12.Textured MDF Paneled Wall

The wall attached to the stairway is made of POP and few textured MDF panel, finally treated with micro concrete. We have added triangular shape in few of the paneling.  It creates a nice environment with light falling on the wall from skylight on top of the stairways and the perforated screen in the front of stair block playing a magical role.

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Designed by : Dipen Gada and Associates

Location: Vadodara

Principal Architect : Dipen Gada

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah Photography

13.Exposed Brick Wall

A conventional residence would involve floor planes stacked across three levels. But to further enhance vertical cross connectivity, the floor plates are staggered by 5 feet on either side of the triple height space, creating views into the great room from the other spaces.

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Designed by : ED+ Architecture

Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Principal Architect : Ammaar Chowdry & Mridula S Chowdry

Photograph Courtesy : BRS Sreenag

14.Texture on Smoothness

A home right in the middle of suburbs or Ahmedabad. A home for a family of two generations living together. The site is located in the suburbs of the city Ahmedabad. Away from hustling city, the site is surrounded by green pastures. The site itself is a home to 34 full grown palm trees on the North and Eastern side. As per our understanding of the clients’ requirements, we designed a functional, aesthetic and minimal home that embraces simplicity and grandeur.

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Designed by : Studio RISA

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architect : Ar. Sanchi Khandhar & Riya Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Wabi-Sabi Studios

15.Fibreglass on Dead Wall

Staircase Area – In order to create a layer of meaning and context for our clients, we created a large dead wall into an art piece made from fiber which gives 3D effects to the wall which is the central feature of ‘ADARSH’.

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Designed by : era architect & associates

Location:  Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Aarti Patel & Jignesh Patel, Gayatri Patel & Brijesh Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

16.Dripping Timber Effect

Amsel Designs tried to incorporate the simplicity and warmth of the home owners in this residence along with their son’s choice for a modern design and tasteful, elegant interior elements for this luxurious abode. Working for this client was like a dream for every designer, they were open to the ideas and designs with giving only one simple brief of keeping open spaces, the main focus was to keep the space clutter free with clean designs and yet not make it ordinary.

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Designed by : Amsel Designs

Location: Panchkula, Haryana

Principal Architect : Sahil Suri & Priya Chaudhary

Photograph Courtesy :  Manish Kumar

17.Stone-Brick Clad Staircase Wall

The design philosophy draws inspiration from the regional house form called ‘Gadi’, its elements, spatial planning and details of ornamentations and fenestrations. ‘A Gadi’ is like a small fortress with thick walls secured from outside, with internal courts, balconies, common areas that create an interesting hierarchy of open, semi open and enclosed spaces.

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Designed by : PMA Madhushala

Location: Talegaon Dabhade, Puna

Principal Architect : Prasanna Morey

Photograph Courtesy : Hemant Patil

18.Minimal Staircase Wall Art

We endeavored the volumes of floating frame and triangular mass for creating diverse experiences and dramas within its physical form. With the idea of minimalistic approach, architecture was purely influenced by honesty of materiality typified by geometrical shapes, bare natural materials, playful colors and textures and a serene experience.

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Designed by : IKS Architects

Location: Rajkot, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Kushal Shah, Ishita Shah

Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi

19.Decorative Perforated Wall

The staircase not only connects the different floors but also acts like a stack, allowing for natural ventilation and bringing in the light. With the very close proximity of the neighbour’s residences, the use of metal screens not only articulates the light but also acts as a security device while providing for a privacy screen. Championing the sun as the artist the screens creates dynamic murals on the walls and floors, art that changes with time and the seasons.

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Designed by : Studio XS

Location: Bangalore, India

Principal Architect : Shivani Kumar, Sucheth Palat, Tanika Krishnan, Meghana P

Photograph Courtesy : Anand Jaju

20.Baker Style Brick Wall

The colour scheme is warm punctuated by neutral hues that come in the form of tapestries and flooring strikes the right balance. The sleek stand-alone steel staircase, a signature design element of Joshi’s work, has been cladded in exposed brick to mark its importance in the hierarchy of spaces. According to the designer, the staircase cabin is much more than just a transitional space. He metaphorically treats this element as a mood board for the space giving it a definition of its own. In the penthouse, the staircase acts as a spine and has been treated with equal proportions of classy and quirky. The ambient lighting from the chic long hanging fixtures creates a majestic frame.

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Designed by : K.N.Associates

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat , India

Principal Architect : Narendra Joshi & Vivek Gandhi

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

21.Circular Fenestration

In sync with the concept of planning, the exterior is a simple geometry comprising of a bold brick mass with exposed concrete overhangs and large openings. To break this organization, an interesting circular silhouette is introduced in the façade. This element is then explored further in the house wherever a break of monotony is quintessential. The house is conceptualized to be minimal, giving more importance to the spaces than individual elements.

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Designed by : TRAANSPACE

Location Vadodara

Principal Architect : Urvi Shah

Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah

22.Steel Bar Wall Art

The formal drawing hall speaks of its balance with its cozy and snug nature- with the  plush furnishings and a centralized arrangement. It is The texture of the grey coloured furniture matches beautifully with the light coloured  Italian flooring and subtle dark shade of the veneer. One can’t overlook the rear wall created using mdf and glass combined with the dark  veneer and white Italian m creatively designed accent wall. 

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Designed by : OT Architects

Location: Nagpur

Principal Architect : Omprakash Thakrani

Photograph Courtesy : Lakhan Ramchandani

23.Protruding Brickwork

Our designs focused around conceiving a formal office space that will enhance the sensorial experience which a user or a visitor goes thru while moving around in these premises.  Textures, colors, greenery, and materials were all intended to create this experience.

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Designed by : Studio Infinity

24.Mural Line Art

A small sunken, pebbled courtyard cum seating adds one more layer of interest to the large split-level living-dining expanse of the Skewed House. The greenery here establishes connections with its counterpart outside, minimizing the distinction between the inside and the outside. The light that cascades from the skylight directly above the courtyard-stairwell block animates the space, its play adding a dynamic dimension to the living area.

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Designed by : Studio Lagom

Location: Surat

25.Peel Off Illusion

The idea was to create clear and distinct visual connections to the upper floors using light courts, staircases and courtyards as well as main entrances to the residence from this very room. The women could now relax, work, study and spend most of their day in this space without worrying about the house as everything is visually linked.

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Designed by : Sian Architects

Location: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh

Principal Architect : Surbhi Singhal & Deepanshu Arneja & Deepansh Singh

Photograph Courtesy : Suryan and Dang

26.Textured Neutrality

The entire staircase nests on this italian clad step giving it a distinguished importance. The depth of the angular side of the steps is beautified due to the mirror being placed at the strategic location enhancing the angles clad in slim matt finished tiles. 

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Designed by :  FSND

Location: Mumbai

Principal Architect : Rajesh Kathe & Sohil Valia

Photograph Courtesy : Studio SP Photography

27.Staircase Wall Niche Art

Internal stairs connected between the two floors enables visual transparency to the members and encourages family interaction. The skylight above the staircase brings light into the double-height space effortlessly. Planning is done in such a manner so that every bedroom has access to natural light including the study. The Art of Composition is a simple approach for creating masterful designs! The customized circular artwork placed on the double-height wall intends to reflect a poetic and picturesque feel in that area. 

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Designed by :  J+AM STOREY

Location: New Delhi

Principal Architect :  Jaanshi Bhatia & Amit Bhatia

Photograph Courtesy : Bharat Aggarwal 

28.A Splash Of Blue On Concrete

The design is not about attractive aesthetics, sophisticated furniture, or technical lighting, it’s about the idea of moving into a village, about making people believe in the idea of recycling and upcycling; not only material but space and context. In a world governed by ‘, what meets the eyes’, this is our place that ‘touches the heart’, a feeling that can only be experienced by being in the place.

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Designed by : AANGAN Architects

Location: Surat, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Vishal Shah & Vishal Desai

Photograph Courtesy :  Pratikruti09

29.Tinted Glass Art on Staircase Wall

The pièce de résistance is a large round cut-out in the wall. With a 20-foot diameter, it is set with textured glass in blue, yellow and green in a geometrical pattern which carries through the diagonal lines of the pattern on the surrounding RCC wall. Dominating the space, it connects all the floors of the house. “The metal supports which bear the weight of the glass, have been clad in wood,” says Joshi.

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Designed by : K.N.ASSOCIATES

Location: Old Padra Road, Vadodara

Principal Architect : Narendra Joshi & Pritesh Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah photography

30.A Row of Wall Art Pieces

Come to think of it, modern homes of today are every bit in line with design trends, and are also able to adroitly balance aesthetics and functionality. But what it sometimes requires is the touch of belonging and traditional Indian elegance that hails from handcrafted furniture, locally sourced materials, and artifacts.

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Designed by : Atelier 226

Location: Canada Corner, Nashik

Principal Architect :  Ar. Hitesh Panjwani, Ar. Shubham Sisodiya & Ankit Malani

Photograph Courtesy : What We Click

31.Fluted Wall Texture

The staircase is cast in concrete and black kadappa stone is layered just on treads with an offset on sides to show their profile as a design element. The handrail is custom-designed, clear glass framed with MS box in matte black powder coating. No trace of wall light is seen through the staircase area as a linear light inserted in a wooden round bar, 9 inches above the staircase runs parallelly. This upside throw light enhances the consistent vertical grooves adding up to the heights.

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Designed by : The Crossboundaries

Location:  Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Harsh Boghani

Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah

32.LED framed Staircase Wall

Mauli Villa Project stands as an exceptional example of the perfect harmony between interior design and architecture. This project combines elegant aesthetics, functional design, and a deep understanding of the surrounding environment to create a luxurious and inviting living space.

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Designed by :  Elemental Studio

Location: Ahmedabad

Principal Architect :  Ar. Keyur Mewada, Ar. Keyur Khorasia, Ar. Devang Patel

Photograph Courtesy : Prachi Khasgiwala

33.Wainscoting On The Wall

The house embraces its corner plot advantage by embracing the park with an array of fenestrations. These carefully placed windows not only invite abundant natural light but also offer picturesque views of the green surroundings, creating an atmosphere of tranquility.

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Designed by : ANDstudio

Location: Sector 36, Chandigarh

Principal Architect :  Anirudh Nanda      

Photograph Courtesy : Purnesh Dev Nikhanj   

34.Textured Wallpaper

I would love to share some pictures which show the site position before I started working on it. It was in a hilarious state which turned out to be so beautiful and luxurious space.The stairs are in complete snow-white colour with sensor lights as well as 3d tiles on the wall.

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Location: Rajkot

Principal Architect : Kruti Keshariya

Photograph Courtesy : Arjun Makwana

35.Blues On Stone Clad Walls

The whole building was elevated leaving the ground hollow for parking and including servant quarters. The entry to the main building was double heighted to experience the grandeur of the bungalow after being elevated.

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Designed by : S Mevada Architects

Location: Dahod

Principal Architect : Ar. Jiken Mevada

Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio

36.Statement Wall Art Piece

The layout of the house is thoughtfully planned, ensuring efficient circulation and a seamless flow between rooms. The interior spaces are carefully zoned, offering a harmonious balance between public and private areas. Open-concept living spaces allow for easy interaction and social gatherings, while private retreats provide tranquillity and solitude.

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Designed by : Tvashta Architects & Interiors

Location: Rajkot

Principal Architect : Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah

Photograph Courtesy : Sudhir Parmar

37.River Washed Stone Look

Architecturally, the whole house has been planned in a way to mimic a monolithic structure with minimal openings from the entrance side, and a completely open glass house structure from the lake side. The house also drips over the contours to only reveal a lower level below once the visitor enters the house.

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Designed by : kaviar:collaborative

Location: Kamshet, Maharashtra

Principal Architect : Kasturi Wagh & Vineet Hingorani

Photograph Courtesy :  Suryan // Dang

38.A Lane Of Photographs

The beige marble flooring continued on the stairs to the first floor. A simple glass and teak wood handrail was designed to keep the stairway clutter free. Botanical art work was placed along the stairway helping us take the concept to the upper floor.

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Designed by : House Of Ruya

Location: Sahakarnagar, Bangalore

Principal Architect :  Ar. Aishwarya Govind

Photograph Courtesy : Nayan Soni Photography

39.Porous Plated Wall Screen

The material pallete has been kept simple to reflect the lifestyle of our client Mr. Veeramani and his family. The pallete includes white with grey accents, metal works, Solid wood and aathangudi tiles. Metal framework and meshwork are planned as a translucent partition to bind spaces.

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Designed by : House of Design Stories

Location: Chennai, Tamilnadu, India

Principal Architect : Ar. Arul Maniyan & Ar. Anu Krithika

Photograph Courtesy : kausik Srestaluri

40.Dry Plant On Neutral Backdrop

The cafe is located at a roadside elevation, with a total area of 1100 sqft, which is split into two floors. The nature of the space includes both indoor and outdoor spaces.

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Designed by : Eth Design Studio

Location: Sumerpur, Rajasthan

Principal Architect : Gaurav Mewara

Photograph Courtesy :  Harsheen Mengar

41.Clerestory Window On Staircase Wall

The inner dining layout further connects to the staircase which is designed in the axis of the bar counter and the water body. The straight flight staircase is designed with exposed concrete and MS, along with the use of reinforced bars as vertical railing.

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Designed by :  ID+AS Architects

Location: Bengaluru

Principal Architect : Asad khan

Photograph Courtesy : lazerlenz

42.Decorative Transparent Laminate

The world of luxury interior design is one that is ever-evolving, with new styles and concepts emerging all the time. One of the primary objectives in such an environment is to create a luxury interiordesign that is functional yet aesthetically pleasing at the same time. Luxury spaces seek to provide an environment that caters to the needs of clients while making a statement that reflects their tastes and preferences.

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Designed by : Design Office Associates

Location: Trump Tower, Mumbai

Principal Architect : Gaurav Jhunjhunwala

Photograph Courtesy : Prashant Bhat

43.White On White Staircase Wall

What makes this house special is the details and tones used. Each and every moulding details in the house has been designed separately. Every details, furniture , art works , murals ,everything has been designed and customized. 

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Designed by : Dematrix

Location: Kasargod, Kerala

Principal Architect : Ar. Fairooz aman & Ar. Vineeth k

Photograph Courtesy : Turtle Arts

44.Botanic Wall Art

The interior of the apartment has a monochrome color tone reflected in the shades of ‘Morning Glory’ on the walls and gray floor tiles in the rooms and common areas, endow a modern homely living environment. The added use of natural materials ignites a sense of warmth and humility. Tailored furniture, fashionable lighting design and beautiful wall art and antiques elevate each of the spaces distinctively. Metal, wood and marble are the primary constituents of the material palette. An intimate connection is achieved in this color palette along with some hues of green.

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Designed by :  Darshan Group 

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat 

Principal Architect : Shailesh Desai, Darshan Desai & Kajal Desai

Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio 

45.Symmetric Patterns On Wall

This modern retail design project finally completed and also came out really good, but there were several changes we faced. To begin with, we got a plan that is already constructed (finishing not done), and the planning wasn’t upto the mark and hence, shaping the design with minimal alteration and client demands was challenging.

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Designed by : Sky High Builders & Contractors

Location: Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Principal Architect : Chirayu Agarwal & Aditi Agarwal

Photograph Courtesy : Yashika

46.Black Pipes As Handles

A subtle material palette was meticulously curated, which connects the external and internal pats of the restaurant. The use of grey concrete finish on the walls with tan brown as the main accent colour gives a perfect balance of space the otherwise small restaurant. Green flooring has been used to add an element of drama that further accentuates the feel of the space.

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Designed by : Studio GASP

Location: Pune, Maharashtra

Principal Architect : Gargi Kulkarni Pherwani, Sahil Pherwani

Photograph Courtesy : PHX India

47.Aluminium Sheet Framed Wall

Whether it be problem of space if new walls and RCC columns were to be added or the limited time extended by the client, metal structure presented a single solution to many constraints of this project. Alas adding curves and arches to the structural members blends them with the overall concept by pre-pending Indian-ness in a modern way.

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Designed by : TRAANSPACE

Location: Vadodara

Principal Architect : Urvi Shah

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah Photography

48.Photo Frame Collage 

This home was conceived of as a place where its residents could shed all layers and inhabit the space as their authentic selves; and such are the interiors that reflect the personality of their dweller. The villa reveals itself in layers with public spaces having the warmth of a holistic interior while the private areas cater to personal tastes. Blending facets of European architecture, traditional Indian crafts and contemporary aesthetics the team has successfully achieved a beautiful and seamless integration of art, culture and modern living.

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Designed by : IBR Designs

Location: Bangalore

Principal Architect : RANJANI SIGAMANI

Photograph Courtesy : NAYAN SONI

49.Subdued Wall Art

Now, this earth has been on-site forever. It has endured the test of time. So it just made sense that this very earth becomes the house! One that uses only 6-8% of cement usually needed for normal construction. In villages, people often build their houses using mud. Bringing the same idea into mainstream architecture, we built structural walls for the house by ramming earth excavated from the site itself.

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Designed by : SferaBlu Architects + Naman Shah Architects

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.

Principal Architect : Naman Shah

Photograph Courtesy :  Umang Shah

50.Pastel Concrete Walls

One would get the inkling of this pediatrics center while transitioning from one floor to another. Various cartoon characters secure their place in the tinted concrete making the transition more interactive and amusing. For easy maintenance of hygiene and cleanliness, the folded plate stairs are surfaced with the plain vitrified tiles and steel railing.

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Designed by :  Usine Studio

Location: Vadodara, Gujarat

Principal Architect : Yatin Kavaiya & Jiten Tosar

Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah

From a plain concrete wall, staircase wall design has come a long way. Designers are experimenting with cladding, green walls, and so on to enhance the visual experience of the stairwell. Residents arrange photographs to remind them of their loved ones. Ultimately, staircase wall design reveals the persona of the inhabitants. Architects and interior designers are experimenting with staircase wall design ideas to reflect their cultures in their interiors. The curation of 50 Staircase Wall Design Inspirations is not in chronological order; it’s a rather diverse collection of perspectives on using modular kitchens in a unique way. Are Staircase Walls becoming standardised in the present scenario? How else can we create individuality?

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