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Trendy mudroom photo in Boston with yellow walls

Mud RoomContemporary Entry, Boston

We cut out the middle box of the cubbies to visually connect this room to the rest of the house. Now people can see who is at the door.

Trendy mudroom photo in Boston with yellow walls —  Houzz
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2ray2 wrote:May 15, 2012
  • dianecorbitt
    Love your mudroom, Hilary! How deep are your built in shelves?
  • kesti

    what are the dimensions of your great mudroom?

athasca33 wrote:Sep 22, 2014
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    Jacob Lilley Architects

    Sorry for the bleated response as it your email was missed.

    The shelving is all custom built in 3/4" thick with a 1 1/2" nosing. The base aligned with the floor base to tie it in, and the middle shelf section was removed creating a small window into the rest of the house letting people know who has arrived and who home.


ctbert wrote:Aug 16, 2013
    trecurrin wrote:Dec 18, 2012
      Michelle wrote:Aug 28, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Bryan Anthony added this to 50 Marvelous Mudrooms With Ample StorageNov 5, 2018

        11. Look closely at the wall of cubbies in this Boston mudroom. Jacob Lilley Architects cut out the back of one of the middle boxes to visually connect the space to the rest of the house.

        Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Boost Your Home's Resale ValueJul 11, 2012

        10. Build in extra storage. Another great investment is to add built-in shelving or cabinets in halls, garages or anywhere you have the space. Buyers love seeing great storage, so this can add a lot of appeal — and if you are able to do some of the work yourself, you can keep costs reasonable.Do you have a home improvement story to share? What's your advice to those wanting to increase their home's value? Leave a comment and let us know!More:Selling to a Younger BuyerHow to Get Ready for a Big MoveSell Your House Faster: 21 Home Staging Tips

        Bneato Professional Organizing added this to Organizing Starts at the DoorApr 25, 2012

        Shoe ZoneTaking your shoes off at the door not only feels great — your floors will stay cleaner. Even if it's nothing but a designated spot beyond the door, having a place to kick off your shoes is key. But if your entryway feels overrun with footwear, establish a system to keep the amount to a minimum. • Put one to three pairs of shoes away each time you do a quick clean.• Use a bin to corral them so they don't overrun the space.• Decide on a maximum number of shoes allowed and put away extras once the zone gets crowded.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Brooklinteriors added this to Entryways4 days ago

        Elevated traditional entryway with bright colors and simple white built in cubbies

        madeleinecollinge added this to Laundry/utility room/workshop/mudroomApr 1, 2019

        This sort of storage would be very useful to work as a mudroom, section of the laundry off the main entrance hall. Would mean we could limit clutter of shoes and coats in the entrance.

        cstjod added this to mudroomMar 16, 2019

        This is great. Maximizes storage. Hooks on other wall

        nicalat added this to mudroom finalMar 1, 2019

        photo #3- floor to ceiling cubbies

        kelseycarleen added this to Kitchen/Mudroom Bump-outJan 9, 2019

        I don’t love this design, but the size and arrangement of the space is nice.

        Julie Redlitz added this to Julie's ideasJan 5, 2019

        hallway for shoes and hats, gloves

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