In Trista's design, she added a mudroom right off the kitchen. This way, the family can contain their messy clothes and boots to this space and keep the rest of the house clean after a long day of hiking in the mountains. See it at hgtv.com.
This simple mudroom area by Lakeshore Designs takes advantage of an awkward kitchen niche and draws the eye to what otherwise would have been dead space. It's small, but there's plenty of room to sit and tug off boots or transfer items between purses. As a bonus, it can double as a place for guests to perch and chat with the cook.
This mudroom mixes traditional elements with a bold graffiti art wall. The space offers a closet with plenty of storage and organization, while the bright red art provides a fun greeting upon entering the room.
Just off the kitchen, Chip and Joanna added a locker style mudroom. With custom lockers for each of the family members, coats, backpacks and shoes have a clear place to go. To close off this space from the rest of the house, the rustic, wood, sliding barn door keeps the mudroom private. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Located conveniently just outside the kitchen, this transitional mudroom combines rustic accents with classic contemporary elements. Sturdy, reclaimed wood bins slide out like drawers to provide unique and functional storage. The window seat carves out a nook to let in natural light through a black framed window and offers a spot to sit down and remove shoes or jackets.
This angle shows how the mudroom shares an easy connection with the kitchen and powder room. A woven chair with a striped throw blanket in the mudroom offers a spot to rest or remove shoes, with framed art above decorating the wall.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, designer Jillian Harris added a breakfast nook off the kitchen and mudroom. This beach inspired space is located next to the window that overlooks the pool so that the kids can play while mom and dad look on from the comfort of the indoors.
This home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood, but did not offer the space that a growing family would require. Originally built in the 1940s and featuring solid construction, a complete home renovation made the most sense. The renovation includes an addition on the rear of the home, adds a complete second level with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as opens up the main level to create a highly desirable open concept featuring an office, mudroom and gourmet kitchen.