Mudroom

Mudroom

Over the years, we have designed many mudrooms.  Sometimes they are designed as a room dedicated to getting mud off of kids, pets, and everyone coming into the side door of the home.  Other times, they serve light duty as entries with coat hooks and a place to sit and take off or put on shoes.

In the design of these mudrooms, we try to make them bright, comfortable, and above all, functional.  In one home, the entry/mudroom is off a paved path, and in another house, you step right out of the garden and the first room you meet is the mudroom.  The key is to understand how the owners plan to use these rooms and their relationship to the exterior and the rest of the house.

Sunny Mudroom

Sunny Mudroom

Mudroom with Cubbies

Mudroom with Cubbies

Farmhouse Mudroom

Farmhouse Mudroom

Minimalist Mudroom

Minimalist Mudroom

Mud Room Window Seat

Mud Room Window Seat

Mudroom with Brick Floor

Mudroom with Brick Floor

Mudroom Entry

Mudroom Entry

Mudroom Back Entry

Mudroom Back Entry

Mudroom Entry Hall

Mudroom Entry Hall

Mudroom/Laundry

Mudroom/Laundry

Mudroom for Boots, Drawers and Cubbies

Mudroom for Boots, Drawers, and Cubbies

Hallway Coats and Cubbies

Hallway Coats and Cubbies

Mudroom with Many Cubbies

Mudroom with Many Cubbies

Just Hats and Coats

Just Hats and Coats

Mudroom with Dog Wash

Mudroom with Dog Wash

Mudroom with Wood Wainscot

Mudroom with Wood Wainscot

Entry Mudroom

Entry Mudroom

Photos by Rob Karosis  Curated Brochure by Crisp Architects: Portfolio

By Published On: April 28th, 2022Categories: Mud Rooms0 CommentsTags:

About the Author: James Crisp

James M. Crisp has been an architect for well over 30 years. His architectural firm, Crisp Architects, designs projects throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Massachusetts. In April of 2007, Taunton Press published 'On the Porch' by James M. Crisp and Sandra Mahoney.

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