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Jkath Design Build + Reinvent / Cabinet Shop  / Custom Cabinet Series – The Mudroom
Alder wood mudroom with unlacquered brass hardware, and reeded glass pocket door.

Custom Cabinet Series – The Mudroom

We’ve shared our kitchen cabinet and bathroom vanity series, now we’re moving into the Midwesterner’s dream space, the mudroom. Our most frequently added room in every renovation, and request from almost all of our city clients. How can we add a mudroom?

A few things to consider when adding or redoing a mudroom:

1. Mudrooms are always a great space for custom cabinetry, often these rooms require unique storage solutions and custom design/fit for your space.

2. Keep in mind the outdoor weather conditions where you live, often this has a huge impact on how this space will be used. Should you use tile or hardwood flooring? We’re a fan of both but also like to add in floor heating to mudrooms (that being said you can only add this under tile or engineered wood floor).

3. These are often smaller spaces, so have fun with this room. Use a more moody color palette (also disguises some of the dirt and grime from the outdoors), add a fun wall covering, and explore unique hardware options.

A few favorite mudroom installations here are from Fairmount Ave, Princeton Colonial, and Drew Avenue.

Olive green tone mudroom with drop zone, hand washing station and decorative peg hooks.
Custom walnut mudroom cabinetry.
Custom mudroom cabinetry painted gray with open and closed storage.

Josephine Place saw a huge transition, as this was once a galley-style kitchen, can you believe it? We relocated the kitchen into a newly added space to this colonial-style house and made the previous kitchen into a much-needed mudroom and drop zone space.

Custom cabinetry for the mudroom, three tips to consider when designing your new space.

Our Lake Harriet whole house renovation is very customary to most city homes in terms of layout. An open front entry, with minimal yet functional storage solutions, and a rear entry with a more formal built-in storage solution.

Custom cabinetry for the mudroom, three tips to consider when designing your new space.
Custom cabinetry for the mudroom, three tips to consider when designing your new space.

This simple lower-level entry is from Alison Way. This space serves as space to store a few coats and shoes while their upper level houses their fully functional mudroom.

Custom cabinetry for the mudroom, three tips to consider when designing your new space.

Every midwesterner knows how important a mudroom is. Our clients are no exception. We love collaborating with clients and learning about their needs. The best part about our work is no two houses are the same and each home has its own design and function needs.

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