Mudrooms are all about function, but that doesn't mean they can't be stylish too. Take a look at these eleven marvelous mudrooms and entryways.
Tyrol Hills Modern - This 1980's remodeled home was re-configured to make better use of space, including this large mudroom.
Three Bedroom French Country Home - A handy drop zone leading to the garage features lockers to keep everything organized.
A High-Functioning Texas Mudroom - This mudroom is all about function with it's low-to-no-maintenance materials and storage spaces.
The Nantucket Residence - The redesign of this classic Nantucket home replaced the old 1980's interior with more clean, modern elements.
A Minneapolis Remodel Captures the True Craftsman Spirit - This entry provides ample ceiling-to-wall storage that accommodates both a coat cabinet and the laundry equipment that used to take up precious kitchen space.
Old-House Renovation: "Squarely Historic" - "We created spaces and details in the house that were consistent with the language of the home, while transforming it to serve a 21st century family's needs," says architect Wiedemann. In the foyer, custom millwork created cubbies for storage, a bench, and window and banister moldings.
Farmhouse Kitchen - This mudroom featured custom painted cabinetry and excellent room flow.
Taking Trends to Market - No need to go through the laundry room when entering from the garage: it’s been moved to the side, making way for a spacious mud room that offers outstanding organization for coats, backpacks, and such.
Pet-Friendly Designs from Visbeen Architects - Not only for humans, this mudroom accommodates the four-legged family members with separate pullout feeding bowls.
Tile Flooring Offers Style and Durability - High-durable tile can up maintainability and long-term wear of any mudroom.
Mudrooms That Offer Functionality and Style - Floor-to-ceiling storage cubbies crafted in dark wood make this mudroom both handsome and helpful, with plenty of space to stow the trappings of everyday life as well as a spot to sit. Project: Wisconsin Farmhouse, Boyceville, Wis.; Architect: Rehkamp Larson Architects, Minneapolis; Builder: Red Cedar Construction, Menomonie, Wis.