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Mudroom - traditional black floor mudroom idea in New York

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This photo has 19 questions
chloegirl0530 wrote:Oct 16, 2013
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects
    For pricing information on the flooring, my advice would be to contact a local contractor, as it varies.
  • stephaniefourie

    I have a question about the wall slats/shiplap. Where does one obtain that? Or did the carpenter build it and it was painted? Many thanks in advance.

bellakay wrote:Sep 21, 2014
  • henriqs
    I love the bench with drawers. Is that custom built or a piece of furniture?
  • Tricia Jones

    Love the hanging light fixture. Have something similar, but some how like this better. We do not have mud rooms in our area much, but I love the style of this room. Cabinets are terrific with the board and corbels!

Ptriez wrote:Feb 8, 2015
  • Ptriez
    Thanks for your reply, I love this entry and although I do not have the room to have an entry like this you have provided a lot of inspiration!
  • 143okinawa

    You can find the sign at Unique PL8Z on Etsy

gio1965 wrote:Nov 17, 2014
  • bcdance

    I would also like to know the style and color of the flooring..is it real slate or tile

  • Rives Morris
    I would also like to know the style and pattern
avistocco wrote:Nov 13, 2013
  • avistocco
    Thank you so much, clean and crisp feel, love it
  • Alisa Bernstein
    Just curious as to why the Carrington Beige looks to be bringing in a real "say brook sage" type green tint. I love it but is Carrington beige more in the "green" family and not in the Beige? Love the Navajo white Cabinets!
juliesandridge wrote:Mar 16, 2016
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    Crisp Architects

    The ceiling height is 9'-0".

  • Aneesh S Nair

    good floring

dajellybaby wrote:Oct 15, 2015
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    Crisp Architects

    The sidelite is 1'6" wide by 4'-9" high and the transom is 6'-6" wide by 1'-3" high.

  • Betsy Vance

    Can you tell me what the flooring is and where is came from?

eastmandream wrote:Jul 21, 2015
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    Crisp Architects

    This tile was purchased through our contractor so we do not have record of the source.

  • PRO
    Raji RM

    Such a great mud room, love the light in here.

alcova wrote:Oct 29, 2014
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    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for your interest! I will check back to the drawings for dimensions and get back to you asap.
  • mromito

    I would love to know dimensions as well. If you could post that would be great! :-)

drucca wrote:Jul 30, 2014
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    Crisp Architects
    I will look back at the drawings to get that info for you, thanks for your interest!
  • Heather Peach

    Hi there, I'd love to know the dimensions of the drawing too please! Want to do something similar in my mudroom

jackierigazio wrote:Jan 25, 2014
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    Crisp Architects
    Navajo White by Benjamin Moore.
  • sbdonohue
    What stone did you use?
sbyeager wrote:Sep 19, 2018
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects

    Unfortunately the client chose the hardware themselves during construction and we do not have a record of the manufacturer.

Melanie Greene_Flynn wrote:Jan 20, 2017
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    Crisp Architects

    The walls are most likely Benjamin Moore Carrington Beige.

dajellybaby wrote:Oct 15, 2015
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects

    The sidelite is 1'6" wide by 4'-9" high and the transom is 6'-6" wide by 1'-3" high.

moynie915 wrote:Feb 2, 2015
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects

    The home owner selected this light fixture.

Prakruti wrote:Oct 20, 2014
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects
    Thanks for your interest, unfortunately that was picked by the client and I have no information on it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
jacoleman3 wrote:Apr 30, 2014
Jeri wrote:Jan 5, 2014
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects
    I believe they were all from Top Knobs
winchymum wrote:Dec 15, 2013
  • PRO
    Crisp Architects
    True bluestone and the tiles were about 6x14.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Emily Hutchinson added this to Late Again? Eliminate the Things Holding You Up in the MorningFeb 3, 2015

Give Things a Place“I’m so sorry; I couldn’t find my keys.” “I was searching and searching for my phone and couldn’t find it.” The list of excuses for lost things that make you late goes on and on. Keep your essentials at the door. Hang your keys on a key hook, keep your purse or wallet on a side table in the entryway, and keep your bag in a basket or tray ready for action.Organizing Starts at the Door

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Coastal Creations LLP added this to Anderson Remodel2 days ago

like the hat shelf, the drawers above the boot storage and the large open coat area

raemo16 added this to Mud room Addison Home2 days ago

I like the drawers and smaller places for keys

Lorna Drake Hamilton added this to mudroom7 days ago

the door is on the same side as existing door

shumard74 added this to FoyerMay 16, 2019

drawers in the bench is genius. Also like the combo of the top shelf with the cabinets.

alulloffkb added this to Entry \ mudroomMay 14, 2019

I like the window set next to the door

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