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Example of a classic travertine floor entryway design in Newark with gray walls and a blue front door

Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Mudroom

Traditional Entry, Newark

The functionality of the mudroom is great. The door, painted a cheery shade called “Castaway,” brings a smile to your face every time you leave. It's affectionately referred to by the homeowners as the "Smile Door." Photo by Mike Mroz of Michael Robert Construction
Example of a classic travertine floor entryway design in Newark with gray walls and a blue front door - Houzz
Michael Robert Construction
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a5150yfa5150yf wrote:November 12, 2011
  • krisgal94
    8 years ago
    Thanks! I love the look of this. I just put up some samples...not sure I have the courage to do it!
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    Michael Robert Construction
    8 years ago
    The good thing is... it's just paint! You can always repaint. :) Good luck and post some pics afterwards! -Ellie
What Houzz contributors are saying
Danyelle Mathews added this to Doors Open to ColorFebruary 17, 2012

Mudrooms are generally small, narrow spaces. The blue on the door in this mudroom brightens up the space and adds a...

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H Steff added this to hildesteffey's ideasJuly 6, 2021

cubby space off of door like something we could do, with overflow and bikes in closet?