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)
Thanks to LDa Architecture & Interiors' stylish surfaces and clever design, this mudroom doesn't look like a mudroom at all. Blond wood veneer covers the storage cabinets and bench; the flooring and kilim rug keep the look from feeling too stark.
Connected Mudroom in Traditional Kitchen Featuring a Classic White Design and Wood Dining Table
The long floor plan of this kitchen suits an eat in design with additional seating at the island. The use of white keeps the room feeling bright and spacious grounded by the dark hardwood floor. Beyond is the mudroom where limestone flooring meets the wood floor and a custom built in provides ample storage for seasonal clothes.
Because the mudroom flows right into the kitchen, the designers used blue cabinets to make the two spaces look cohesive. The tile floors bring in the wood tones, too, and so further tie everything together.
A throwback to the 1930s, this mudroom features floor-to-ceiling wood paneling. A long bench provides a seat for removing and storing rain boots and snow shoes, while shelves above ensure that this classic space stays as organized as possible.