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Step into 7 homes through their stunning entryways and mudrooms
An entryway can set the tone of the entire home. Whether theyre bright and beautiful entrances or mudrooms with practical storage, we love how these 7 homes make a lasting first impression.
This reno of a Vancouver home by designer Denise Ashmore features a mini mudroom perfect for kids coming in from the backyard or after parking in the alley.
This modern farmhouse designed by Edmonton-based Brianna Hughes of Brianna Hughes Interiors and Shannon McClelland of Shannon McLelland Design features black and white geometric tiles in the entry way, setting the stage for all the fun patterns throughout the home.
Designer Mitchell Freedland combines practicality with a contemporary nod to cabin coziness. Our favourite part? The giant mudroom, perfect for ski-gear.
The reno of this 1970s home gets a fresh look with a welcoming entryway. Designer Lori Steeves of Simply Home Decorating says it was important to provide a sense of arrival at the front door.
Brianna Hughes of Brianna Hughes Interiors and Shannon McClelland of Shannon McLelland Design designed Hughes’s home and took inspiration from Paris by the way of Scandinavia. The mudroom highlights the Scandi vibe with whitewashed wood lockers and leans a little more Parisian with a tiled dogwash station.
Fun black and white geometric tiles liven up the entry of this Vancouver home designed by Cara Hansen of Triple Dot Design.
Reena Sotropa of Reena Sotropa In House Design Group took this Calgary homes mudroom the extra mile with a large walk-in closet and patterned tiles.