The perfect meeting point between practicality and design, a welcome as simple as it is refined… get ready to discover an unmissable selection of modern external staircases that will turn into the perfect business card of your home.
Made of concrete, wood or stone, from spiral, cantilever, open or ramp models, the 22 modern external staircases we want to show you will be the perfect source of inspiration for the creation of the project of your dreams.
Modern exterior concrete staircases
Extremely elegant in its extreme concreteness, cement is one of the preferred materials for the creation of modern elements of both minimal and industrial inspiration and, especially for outdoor spaces, is widely used. Creating external concrete staircases means being able to play with the forms in absolute freedom and, through careful planning, it will be possible to create design installations that are as practical as they are evocative.
Modern external wooden stairs
If you love wood, its warm shades and suggestive veins, here you can find several fantastic suggestions for choosing external staircases with a modern character. Pay attention to the finishes you will opt for as the stairs will be exposed to the elements and will have to last as long as possible.
Modern exterior stone staircases
Another material very appreciated for the realization of external staircases, both modern and of classical inspiration, is without a shadow of a doubt the stone, able to resist to atmospheric agents and stresses and with a timeless charm. If you want to give a contemporary and suggestive touch to your staircase, you can have fun using light as a decorative element by choosing LED strips or small recessed spotlights.
Modern external spiral staircases
Perfect for optimising space and developing to great heights, external spiral staircases are always pervaded by an elegant and refined aura. Here we show you some models made of steel, glass and wood that will probably win you over at first glance.
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