The front entrance is utilized daily by the family, so storage for shoes, coats and bags was a must-have. A wall of built-in cabinets, designed to match the cabinets in the adjacent kitchen and dining room, provides ample storage for this family of four plus their guests.
Olive green cabinetry in this mudroom boasts ample storage for a busy family. Cubbies keep jackets and bags neatly tucked away, yet accessible. A built-in desk provides a quiet study or work space with drawers for mail and office accessories.
A unit of built-in cubbies stretches from the floor to the ceiling in this bathroom, providing ample storage space for towels and other bathroom essentials. The cubbies coordinate beautifully with the door and vanity, which are a similar hue of rich gray.
Manage the mad morning rush and simplify getting off to school with a storage area that keeps books, bags and outerwear neatly arranged near the door. This type of organized storage is perfect for busy families.
The Lakeshore Designs team gave this mudroom a crisp, tailored feel while still making it ultra-functional. Baskets inside high cubbies conceal loose items such as gloves, while drawers keep footwear and other gear hidden away. Even coats and bags hanging from the hooks won't look untidy, thanks to the clean backdrop. Throw pillows and a cheery rug make the space feel polished.
Mint green walls add a soft but effective color to this cozy sewing room. Built-in shelving, thread storage and a folding ironing board keep the room organized and functional. Light wood countertops complement the hardwood flooring.
In the third and final bedroom, another set of bunk beds and a third built-in floor bed provide additional sleeping arrangements for the home. Cubbies behind each of the beds help keep the space organized without sacrificing more floor space.
Arched cutouts frame the vanity set up in this bright bathroom. Vertical backsplash tile adds subtle texture and shading behind a large mirror. Gray countertop compliments the gray marbling on the floor tile. The fixtures are built in on each wall leaving open floor space to move through the center of the room.