In a house do not count only the furniture, carpets and curtains. There is one thing that is equally important and that we must treat in detail is a matter of style is also and above all a functional purpose . We are talking about the lighting and in particular the internal stairs that, in a dwelling, constitute a part really very important especially for the safety and protection of the inhabitants . Here are some tips on how to light the stairs.

The internal stairs are a transit point and for this to be lit, especially if they lead to the toilets or laundries because in this case we use very often. As regards the form, you can use all kinds of lighting or chandeliers, spotlights, ceiling lights, floor lamps, wall sconces and anything else. Let us now see in detail the types of scale, how to position the lights, at what point and how to configure the switch.


As for the spiral stairs to the top are two. The first and easiest is to put a chandelier in the roof of the arrival floor and one on the starting plane, but in this case the central area will be a bit ‘in the shade. The other case, however, is to place the spot lights in the pole so the scale is twisted so as to have a constant illumination for the entire journey from the plane of departure to that of arrival.

If your stairs are straight, the solution is really a lot, some of them very innovative. If the stars are old, they cannot be lit from the inside of the steps so you have to opt for the lighting of the environment where they are placed. If there is a large entrance hall, standing at the center a large chandelier or, if it is a hall of great value, a water lily in Murano glass would be the deal. In alternative you choose the crystal or Khabarovsk giving extra light and are beautiful. Do not forget to always use the double switch at the beginning of the scale and on the landings so you’ll never be caught in the dark.

If your stairs are modern, you can indulge in various ways. You can place a series of appliques along the length of the scale or position of the spotlights in the corners. Alternatively, you can insert the LEDs within the thickness of the scale, but the steps must be in plexiglass or aluminum and glass. In this way will be the steps to be enlightened. You can also put the spotlights, recessed in the wall at the bottom, right next to the stairs, or neon below the top of the step so as to illuminate the step below. Another way is to put in the fixtures sequence that send a beam of light downwards.

Another system to illuminate the stairs would be to collect spotlights on the steps or in the handrail railing maybe fiber optic changing color. Alternatively, you could place the milk glass LED inside of very large candle holders and place them at the corners. The effect, in all cases, will be magnificent.