It's safe to say we've seen our fair share of rain so far this summer and it's only July. Rain means wet leaves being brought into your home along with plenty of mud. Whether the mess be tracked in from your kids or your dogs, it's a headache to keep up with.
A mudroom acts as a transition between the outdoors and the indoors, mainly functioning as a hold for things that would clutter up the house. These include footwear, wet clothes, and sports gear. Mudrooms have been around for decades but have become increasingly popular as American homes have become bigger making them an absolute must.
We are featuring a throwback to this Collegeville mudroom we worked on for a very busy family. They were in need of organized storage space that would function as a drop zone for the kids and get essentials like backpacks, boots and coats out of the way.
We hope mudroom remodel gives you inspiration and ideas on how to organize and improve your home! When you are ready to start, give us a call to help you design a space that works perfectly for your family’s needs.
Cabinets & Hardware: Village Handcrafted Cabinetry
Quartz Countertops: Granite Galleria
Fixtures and Sink: Ferguson
Flooring: General Floor
Photos: Muddysnow Productions