A mudroom generally separates the garage and entryway from the rest of your home. Mudrooms are hardworking spaces that can help keep a household clean and organized. In today’s blog post, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of St. Louis Park, one of the top interior remodeling contractors in our area, discusses some elements of a great mudroom.
Plenty of Storage Options
A mudroom should have hooks and racks to hang umbrellas, coats, scarves and hats. It might also have a set of cubbies so that everyone in the family has their own designated storage space for shoes. The mudroom could also have a closet for sports equipment, cleaning supplies and other miscellaneous items that you want to keep out of sight most of the time.
A Durable Tile Floor
Mudrooms should have durable and easy-to-clean floors. Tile is a great choice for a mudroom because it can withstand heavy foot traffic while resisting moisture. Tile floors also require very little maintenance. You may even want to consider installing radiant heat below the tile to make the mudroom feel more comfortable on cold days.
The mudroom can be a perfect spot to locate your washer and dryer. This is because it is already separated from the rest of the house, so you can keep dirty laundry and linens out of sight. Since the mudroom is located on the main level, you’ll also have an easier time hauling clothes to and from the laundry area.
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