White Contemporary Mudroom With Built-In Upholstered Bench
Designer Justine Sterling transformed a low ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial with a primary focus to create a studio for the two little budding artists in the family. Besides creating a place for the kids, the basement space could solve some of family’s increasing need for a place to store shoes and coats by creating a mud room niche, a small laundry area and even an upgrade to the teeny powder room. A mix of high and low materials adds personalization and keeps the space from feeling cheap.
White Contemporary Mudroom With White Cabinets & Built-In Bench
Designer Justine Sterling renovated a low ceiling basement space in a 1920s Colonial with a primary focus to create a small arts and crafts studio. The basement space could solve some of family’s increasing need for a place to store shoes and coats by creating a mudroom niche, a small laundry area and even an upgrade to the teeny powder room.
As you step inside the mudroom, a cushioned bench awaits you to sit down and take off your shoes. Hooks provide a place to hang hats, scarves and coats, and woven baskets offer an additional storage option above the bench.
Mudroom With Brick Floor, Turquoise Walls & White Cabinets
An unexpected design element -- the brick floor laid in a herringbone pattern -- is not only unique, but a highly functional base for this mudroom. Turquoise walls provide vibrancy and interesting contrast, and the room is well-appointed to store shoes, coats and supplies.
This renovated mudroom includes a doggie-sized shower complete with white subway tile and a glass door. Gray herringbone tiles cover the floor, while newspaper wallpaper and black wainscoting add finishing touches to the space.
Beach Themed Mudroom at Rhode Island Beach Cottage
Designers wanted to help keep the homeowners organized, so they designed a beach themed mudroom. The space has storage for shoes and beach bags, as well as racks for towels and swim suits so that all of the sand and water from a trip to the beach stays in this space instead of getting tracked through the rest of the house.
Susan Brunstrum not only added an elegant style to this Park City, Utah vacation home, but she solved storage problems as well. In this mudroom, she situated a rustic bench for shoes and hung eight small "antler" hooks on the wall for purses, bookbags and jackets.
This mudroom is proof that staying organized can be stylish! Each of the custom cubbies come with a basket, hook, bench for removing shoes and a wide drawer for storing winter coats and boots. In turn, they free up the floors for a gorgeous gray rug.