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Springtime Staple: Mudrooms!

Custom mudroom by Catherine Truman Architects

Come April, the mudroom is the hardest working room in the home. Mudrooms not only serve as the bridge between the outdoor and indoor realms, supporting our comings and goings, they are also the catchall for the family’s gear and the grit of the great outdoors. A well-designed mudroom helps tame the clutter and keeps the rest of your home spotless, and is a must if you’re building or renovating a new home here in New England. Here follows drop-dead gorgeous drop zones....

Examples of custom Locker Style New England mudrooms

LEFT: LDa Architecture & Interiors' mudroom nabbed the first place title from BDG's Instagram contest. The ingenious design includes woven door fronts on the cabinetry, generous drawer storage and a built-in bulletin board for the day’s news and notes. Designed by LDa Architecture & Interiors; photo by Greg Premru 

RIGHT: The mudroom of a historic renovation by Cummings Architects is rustic and refined with its thoughtful mix of open and closed cabinetry and hooks for hanging. Architecture by Cummings Architects; photo by Eric Roth Photography

Mudrooms that serve multiple purposes

 

LEFT: Stunning and dramatic, this entryway by Slocum Hall Design Group is mudroom magic; in addition to ebony built-ins on both sides for storage, it also integrates a pretty brilliant study hall. Designed by Slocum Hall Design Group; photo by Shelly Harrison

RIGHT: This creative living space constructed by JW Construction and designed by Kate Maloney Interior Design combines the merits of a mudroom and the coziness of a sitting nook, with its plush banquette. Construction by JW Construction, Inc.; interior design by Kate Maloney Interior Design; photo by Matt Surette Photography

White, elegant New England mudrooms

LEFT: Accessed through a sliding barn door, this clean-lined mudroom constructed by Kistler & Knapp Builders, Inc. and designed by LDa Architects & Interiors, was an essential for the modern farmhouse of an equestrian and her family. Interior design and architecture by LDa Architecture & Interiors; construction by Kistler & Knapp Builders, Inc.; photo by Greg Premru

RIGHT: This black and white beauty of a mudroom by CM Ragusa Builders has the look of fine furniture, thanks to the polished lines of the built-in and its tapered legs. Construction by CM Ragusa Builders; photo by Rob Karosis

Clever cubby and cabinetry designs for mudrooms

LEFT: Constructed by Brendon Properties, this home uses its entryway to advantage. The well-configured space, complete with bench seating, has everything needed to keep a family on the go in order. Construction by Brendon Properties

RIGHT: Oak Development & Design includes the needs of the family pets in its inventive mudroom cabinetry. In addition to ample storage space and seating, this design includes a charging station and a faucet for the water dish. Designed and built by Oak Development & Design; photo by @edwardslater

Top image: Catherine Truman Architects

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