We thought we might share some more amazing and unique staircases but would not recommend them in a home for sale as


some may just downright spook a buyer - ha, ha. Happy Friday everyone and enjoy!
Swedish architects thought this was a good solution for a narrow staircase - criss crossing stairs made of pine boxes!
Scary right!? Believe it or not these stairs will hold up to 440 lbs on each step made of reinforced steel says Spanish designer!
Wouldn't you know it a skateboarding school designed these and they eventually added a handrail - we thought they were cool!
Kids of all agest would have a blast with this staircase - how fun! A custom woodworker was hired to build this 16 foot tool staircase with 13 foot drop inside an inventor's home!

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  • 3po3
    on Jan 14, 2012

    The slide staircase looks like a staircase at New Belgium Brewery here in Fort Collins (brewer of Fat Tire). It's a really tight curve on that slide. You have to have a really skinny tush to keep moving down the slide (as in don't drink too much beer).

  • Vicki H
    on Jan 17, 2012

    I'm with KMS This would never fly in Boise with any home inspection of ANY Kind. Imagine the liability.

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