Mediterranean Boot Room Ideas and Designs
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Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
We reconfigured an adjacent back entry to create a useful little mudroom, and in the space between the two designed a thick arched opening with shelves for cookbooks and a pull-out broom closet. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
Landmark Building Contractors LLC
This 6,600-square-foot home in Edina’s Highland neighborhood was built for a family with young children — and an eye to the future. There’s a 16-foot-tall basketball sport court (painted in Edina High School’s colors, of course). “Many high-end homes now have customized sport courts — everything from golf simulators to batting cages,” said Dan Schaefer, owner of Landmark Build Co.
Gabriel Builders Inc.
Mudroom entry into kitchen with built in cabinet lockers and drawers.
The mudroom of this Italian Country inspired villa features ivory cabinetry which has been distressed and glazed to match the kitchen’s center island and the stained top of the built-in bench matches the stain of the island’s top. Lockers lend plenty of storage to house and charge phones and other devices and hooks create a handy place to hang handbags, coats and wet umbrellas.
Previously closed storage, this front closet was opened up and converted into a minimalist mudroom with mosaic tile floors, white walls, reclaimed scaffolding as shelves, and simple coat hooks.
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc.
Photographer: Anice Hoachlander from Hoachlander Davis Photography, LLC Architect: Anthony "Ankie" Barnes, AIA, LEED AP
Purser Architectural Custom Home Design built by Tommy Cashiola Custom Homes
The Remodel Group
A mud room designed with durable materials and extra storage to accommodate all members of the family.
Plath & Company
Mud room in 1930's vintage Marina home. Architect: Gary Ahern Photography: Lisa Sze
Gorgeously Built by Tommy Cashiola Construction Company in Fulshear, Houston, Texas. Designed by Purser Architectural, Inc.