15 Modern and Contemporary Mud Room Entry Designs
We have just featured traditional mud rooms. So today, we will show you another list of mud rooms but this time they have modern and contemporary designs. Some of them have a mix of Scandinavian and even rustic designs. But all of them made use of those sleek lines that are common these days. And yes, they look like the usual mud rooms with hooks and cubbies too. Only that they are neater because of their streamlined look.
Mud rooms are usually placed in the entry or at the back door. This is necessary for homes that usually have muddy winters or have frequent rains. Guests and family members will just leave their dirty shoes and even jackets or other stuffs in the mud room so that the rest of the house will be left clean. Now let us take a look at the spaces below.
Even the wall painting could greatly affect the appeal of this mud room. Yes, if a mud room is well decorated as this, you wouldn’t want to bring mess in here.
Mudroom and Family Entry through the Garage
A contemporary mud room with an oval bench attached to a column. Nice idea, right?
Martis Camp Lot 43
If you want a neat mud room, this one is a good idea. Add doors to the cabinets instead of a cubby.
Merely painting a wall can change the way your mud room looks.
A Lake Home
The color used for the walls of this one was Benjamin Moore white dove. It looks nice with the limestone tile.
Stylish and inventive home with an unusual mix of materials to reflect the warmth and character of organic modern design. We can see all that in this mud room.
Kitchen – P
If you want to know the dimensions of this one. Here it is: the cabinetry seen here is 109″W x 99″H while the cubbies below are 19″D, above is 13″D. The bench is 18″H.
DC Garage to Mudroom Conversion
Aside from jackets and shoes, a mud room can also keep outdoor toys too.
We love the accent color and patterns of this mud room what add more verve to it.
Stripes are all around the mud room which makes it a good spot to relax too.
Renovation Redux Mudroom
A white bench paired with white cubbies- a good way to keep everything in place in a mud room!
Accessible LEED Residence Mudroom
This one really has that modern look. Using gray made it look neat with the sleek cabinetry.
Aside from having enough hooks and cubbies, it would also be nice to add storage using baskets.
A house was renovated including this mud room. Putting names on each cubicle will make things even more organized.
A simple mud room with a mix of Scandinavian and contemporary design. So, what can you say about the mud rooms above? Well, they don’t look muddy of course but this will save your home from soil and other dirt from the outdoors. With a mudroom, you could focus on cleaning the area every day. But this doesn’t mean that you could skip cleaning other areas of the house too. You need to clean every day because aside from keeping you away from sickness, you are also maintaining the quality and beauty of your home’s furnishings. Take a look at traditional mud rooms if you want to check how they look with this style.