FernhillTraditional Entry, DC Metro
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13. This farmhouse-inspired mudroom in Washington, D.C., was designed by Neumann Lewis Buchanan Architects. It includes slate flooring, shiplap-covered lower walls and a lovely blue paint covering the upper walls.Browse slate floor tiles
Ah, fresh lilacs, beautiful cabinets, a slate floor, straw hats hung just so, gorgeous trimwork, an antique rake … oh, do I love this mudroom. I’ll tell you, though, not only do I not have a beautiful cubby, cabinet and storage bench in my mudroom, but I don’t even have a mudroom. I have a side entry that leads to the pantry cabinets in my kitchen. While I assembled ideas for this ideabook today, I realized that my tiny space is full of bad chi and useless clutter, and I cannot wait to finish writing so I can go clean it out! So friends, as with all of the ideabooks in the Houzz envy series, I am writing this ideabook for me just as much as for you.