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Enter Right: The Mudroom of Your Dreams, By Studio McGee

Studio McGee Mudroom Herringbone Brick Floor

I’m going to go out on a limb here and posit that what all suburban parents of young children aspire to is a house with a totally tricked-out mudroom. A room where there’s a place for everything—coats, backpacks, muddy shoes. Perhaps a spot for the washer and dryer, too. And an adjacent powder room would be nice as well. This modern-farmhouse mudroom by Studio McGee has all that—plus a functioning water fountain for thirsty kids taking a break from outdoor play. Genius!

Let’s take a tour of this Salt Lake City project, shall we?

Photography by Kate Osborne, courtesy of Studio McGee.

Studio McGee Mudroom Herringbone Brick Floor
Above: An Ikea stool is thoughtfully placed in front of the aforementioned water fountain for parched toddlers. The showstopper in this space is the brick veneer flooring, laid in a herringbone pattern. The walls are painted Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace.
Studio McGee Mudroom Coat Hooks
Above: The side door is painted Sherwin-Williams’ Black Magic. The white pendant Factory Lights are from Schoolhouse Electric, and the black and white wall hooks, now discontinued, are from Anthropologie; for something similar, try the Hotelier Hooks.

Studio McGee Mudroom Cubbies and Bench
Above: Built-in cubbies (there are five) for each member of the family. The oil-rubbed bronze Chatham Hooks  are from Restoration Hardware.
Studio McGee Mudroom Powder Room
Above: A powder room, adjacent to the mudroom, features a sink, faucets, and hardware all by Kohler.
Studio McGee Mudroom Laundry Room
Above: A stained white oak plank tops the washer and dryer.
Studio McGee Mudroom Stairs
Above: Subway tiles delineate this area as a hardworking laundry room.

N.B.: This post has been updated with new links; it was first published January 2019.

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