If I could grab a few extra square feet from my living room and upstairs landing - completed wasted in these spots - and move them to our back door to create a real mud room, well I tell you life would be simplified!
I spotted a beauty at Muse Interiors, with lots of pretty built-ins, a chic light fixture and bench area,
so convenient when slipping off and on shoes!
And Ron Brenner Architects created a mudroom around the corner from the laundry, perfect!
The brick herringbone patterned floor in a mudroom by Crisp Architects
takes away the worry of wet and muddy soles.
While mudrooms are typically seen towards the back of the house, setting up storage in a front entry can add functionality and encourage the front door to actually be used! By LDa Architecture & Interiors
I can't take my eyes off this mudroom by Smith & Vansant Architects,
with the gorgeous worn bench and stone flooring.
MainStreet Design Build didn't forget the pets in this design...
...and Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. thought of everything in this combination mudroom/laundry room, even setting up a space to catch up on a little work or email while getting a few loads of laundry done.
And seriously? When did rustic get so glamorous!
Stay toasty while removing shoes and grab a book while you're at it
in a striking mudroom by Smith & Vansant Architects.