To create a mudroom, designers moved the back entrance of the home to create a place for storage. Each cubby was custom build to make the most of the previously useless space that had once contained plumbing and utilities for this and other units.
At the back entrance of the home, designers created a mudroom for the family with space for hanging purses and coats as well as storage for shoes and other supplies. The space is anchored in a gray color palette that hides dirt and, with the tile floor, is easy to clean.
Concealing unwanted features is the name of the game In this modern kitchen. Behind these elegant custom panels, a back entrance to the home, a pantry and a refrigerator hide in plain sight. Hiding these undesirable but necessary features in this kitchen creates a seamless design that keeps the space looking elegant and sophisticated.
This yellow ranch home boasts a backyard with a staggered deck walkway that leads the way to the back door entrance. Stone gravel and evergreen landscaping are used throughout the yard, while a small pond features a unique floating stone patio complete with an outdoor dining table and chairs.
Stretched across a ridge in Austin's Spanish Oaks neighborhood, this contemporary Hill Country home was designed to overlook the valley below. The special feature of this home, the exterior entry, is a great combination of unique forms in rustic stone and smooth glass where you can see right into the house and out the back. The seamless blending of the exterior and interiors is accomplished by the exterior materials running right through the space and out the back, only separated by a full wall of glass at entry and back of foyer.