This smartly designed and brightly colored mudroom is equipped with a potting bench, a sitting bench, a pegboard and even a pet door. The pegboard is perfect for hanging miscellaneous items when making a quick exit.
What an perfect area to spend some alone time potting plants or fun with the family. This amazing outdoor mudroom doubles as a potting station where you can be creative and fun. Packed with DIY projects, this space can easily be achieved at a low cost and all you need is a level surface.
With easy access to the home's laundry and family rooms, the mudroom serves as a transitional space and storage area for winter gear and outerwear. A side door leads outdoors, where limestone stepping stones mark the path to the river. (HGTV Dream Home 2012)
This minimalistic mudroom features ample storage room with built-in shelves located above and below the convenient bench seat. Brown bins provide concealed storage space, while wall mounted hooks offer a spot for hanging coats and other outdoor items. A blue area rug provides a colorful accent.
A perfect spot between outdoors and in, this mudroom provides a bright place to put on and remove shoes (which can be stashed in the drawers below) and hang a hat, coat or towel. The slate floor hides dirt well and is easy to clean — perfect for the inevitable messes.
The exterior door with oversized windows and solid wood ebonized frame opens the mudroom to the covered back porch outside. The window by the door includes a black light-filtering cellular shade with texture that adds beauty, provides some privacy and helps reduce the cost of the home’s annual energy bill.
A triple-faucet sink is a convenient spot for washing hands and any dirty outdoor items. The charming brick floor keeps things low-maintenance underfoot, and a small water closet is adjacent. Decorative elements consist of a collection of antique clocks and a glass-fronted shelf display of cookbooks. The result is an engaging and versatile space.
Easy outdoor living on the porch opens to a modern mudroom and adjacent bathroom area. Using similar tones and colors in both the indoor and outdoor areas unifies the spaces and creates seamless living from the home’s interior to the backyard areas.
That generous outdoor entertaining space opens right to the pool. The property features other clever design elements, like an interior passageway that connects the main residence to a gym, massage room, wine cellar and a mudroom.
A bold fire engine red front door opens to the home's welcoming entry with mudroom area. Hooks on the wall for hanging outdoor items like coats, jackets and umbrellas and a custom built-in bench that provides a spot to change shoes make the entry organized and user-friendly. Removing walls and enlarging an existing narrow hallway that cut the entry off from surrounding spaces really opened things up and improved flow in this first floor of the home.