Mudroom



Photo by Chuan Ding

 

Lara Michelle
Lara Michelle Interiors

Rye Brook What used to be a tight, cramped hallway with the laundry in the entry closet is now a functional and stylish mudroom. Lara Michelle moved the laundry upstairs to make room for a built-in bench in the renovated space. A new side entry door was added for easy access and new lighting, wallpaper, furniture, tile, paint, and hardware were added.

Other Contributor: Contractor, Golden Crown Contractors

 


Photo by Stefan Radtke

 

Scott Hirshson
Hirshson Architecture + Design

Chappaqua This 1995 Colonial was completely renovated. As part of the project, a new mudroom was added. It serves as a primary point of access to the home, therefore the client wanted to create a space that is comfortable to welcome guests, as well as organize family belongings. It is also connected to the garage, laundry, and a full bathroom, so it is a very well-used room.

 


Photo by Laure Dunn

 

Wendy Strauss
Strauss House Designs

Chappaqua This mudroom is one of the most used and favorite rooms in this Chappaqua home. It features a rock floor, built-in bench seating, and pops of color thanks to well-chosen accessories. It includes hooks, cubbies, and a bench with storage, as well as upper cabinets. The large bay of windows offers up plenty of natural light making the space feel larger than it is.

Other Contributor: Cabinetry, Eric Winogradoff of Classical Builders

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