were the mudroom and the garage. That there were no windows did not register for me as a problem; neither did the house's deep eaves nor the fact that it faced north and sat in a valley surrounded by woods.
backyard. A mudroom with no connection to the outdoors also prevented direct access. After the space was stripped to the studs, Beauparlant relocated the basement stairs to this part of the house. Now the kitchen has backyard access and a clear view through a 1 1/2-story glass wall.Yellow pendants: West Elm;
to the mudroom is off to the right.The exterior is Douglas fir timber frame made without the wood's heart. Simoes explains that because wood shrinks and expands, you don't want to work with the heart, or center pith, of the wood. Nonheart wood is less likely to expand, contract or twist over time.Timber
back-entry mudroom in a historic home in Minneapolis. In the beginning our clients requested a mudroom that had a bench, storage, and that would possibly have a door that would shut so that their dog could stay in the room while they were running errands. When we showed them our plan to not only have a bench
This mudroom addition and bathroom remodel, designed by Ann McCulloch Studio and built by Hammer & Hand, is a study in expert use of space.
The mudroom entryway opens up circulation from the kitchen through to the outdoors, and an indoor kids loft is cleverly placed atop garden storage. Careful a