When we get the opportunity, we love to create mudrooms.
Originally seen in farmhouses in the 19th century, mudrooms served as backrooms for farmers to remove their dirty garments between the outside world and the household. Today’s mudrooms have a slightly different appearance and purpose. Though they are not required in every home, having a location to enter, rinse off your boots, and store your belongings is the ultimate luxury in areas with damp or muddy conditions.
It’s all about combining beauty and functionality when designing a mudroom. Finding some inspiration might be a great place to start when it comes to building, remodeling, or refreshing a mudroom.
Mudroom in the McGee House
Mudroom at the Bay House
Mudroom at the Mountainside Retreat
The Modern Mudroom on a PC
The Homestead in Arizona
Mudroom at the Ranch House
Mudroom at the SM Ranch House
Mudroom Remodeling in Northridge
Mudroom Remodel at The Cove
Mudroom at Swan Lake House
Mudroom in a Modern Lake House