20 fun and creative indoor sliding and ladder combinations
Who said you can’t have fun indoors? Of course, you can spend quality time with family and friends in different ways.
But what about adding a certain feature that brings more fun to your home?
A game room would be nice where you could add a pool table or a pool table. You can also allocate space for computers.
But apart from that, there is a more creative way to enjoy your home. Why not add a slice?
Most of the time we can see the slides in parks or children’s play areas. Although it’s for kids, we can actually have one indoors!
Can you imagine how exciting that would be?
Yes, apart from being fun, it can also be used as another way to get to the bottom of the house. In some homes, they add it next to the stairs while others place it in other areas. Sounds fun, doesn’t it?
Take a look at some homes that use a combination of stairs and slides »
1. Gibbs Street
Isn’t that beautiful? What you can see here is a curved wooden staircase with a built-in slide right next to it. This way, you are given the option of going up the stairs or sliding down when going downstairs.
2. The Art of Fun
If you thought that your home can only have a boring staircase, you are definitely wrong! You can actually add a wooden slide next to it not only for the kids but also for you!
This staircase also has a study nook located under the second staircase. Love the combination of timber for the slide and some black riser for the stairs.
4. My Secret Garden
This space serves as a children’s playground as it features shelves and storage compartments built into the slide and ladders.
5. Panorama house
A happy family lives in this house in Sachang-dong, South Korea, which has two large sections. The lower floor is for children while the upper floor is for parents. There is a large custom staircase with built-in bookshelves and a slide connecting the floors.
6. Long Island Retreat
Shown here is a concrete ramp located next to this staircase that provides a sliding exit. This can also be used to push prams and prams up and down. Quite useful, isn’t it?
This is actually a day care center in Belgium. Apart from the stairs, they added a slide in the playroom. It’s obviously fun for these little guys!
The long slide connects the three levels of the house. It’s big enough for kids to spin around, run, and slide downhill!
The owners really wanted to have a slide inside their house. In response, the designers built the slide out of walnut, the same material as the tray. It connects the main floor of the house to the basement.
10. Private Residence – Disney’s Golden Oak
Next to the curved staircase is a wooden slide that fulfills anyone’s childhood dreams! This one comes with a beautiful steel handrail.
11. The family home in Geneva
At first glance, the house may seem simple but as soon as you look around you will see this slide which is a fun addition to the house.
12. Sidebottom Complex
The designers of this slide and stairs had to deal with the challenge of getting it by the city. They were asked to use a carpeted surface just like the stairs. And still working fine!
If you already have an existing staircase, you can take this as an inspiration as it shows us that we can actually add a slide next to it without ruining the staircase!
14. Ukraine flat
Apart from the wooden stairs, one can also use the metal slide to go down from the second floor of this apartment in Ukraine. One takes one upstairs directly to the living room while passing through the kitchen on the way.
15. Private house
The sleek and elegant slide of the modern home adds fun and elegance to its interior. Both the slide and the stairs are made of dark stained oak which contrasts well with the white walls.
16. Japanese Home
This is a good way to save space. Use your ladder as a bookcase too! but that is not all. You can also add a slide to make it even more exciting! If you want more bookcase ideas, check out our roundup of Art Deco bookcases
17. Ogilvy & Mather
This is actually an office. Take a look at his grade. Aside from the seating portion, the other side features a white slide. Sure, it would be fun to slip by after a tiring day at work!
18. Number Two Penthouse
Two penthouse suites connected by a metal slide. In this way, the two separate spaces are combined into one wing.
19. Wooden slide
This white and wood interior space features a wooden slide surrounded by white walls. They are connected to a work area and a bathroom.
This may look similar to your home staircase but what makes it unusual is the slide next to it. The color names on the tray and the red down arrow on the slide give it another childish touch.
These photos are sure to make you excited to add a slide to your home. It can be made of plastic, wood or metal. Whatever it is made of, it will surely give you and your kids a fun way to get off the upper level of your home! This will also bring out the inner child in us. Your guests will also be excited to visit your home because of your slides! This list will undoubtedly inspire you to add a slide in your home. But before you do that, make sure it’s okay to add one in your space. Do not forget to consult the experts! Of course, you can add external chips, too! One of the most common places to add a slide is your pool area.