Design of the Month: April 2014 Mud Rooms

Which Mud Room design concept is your favorite? Cast your vote today!

Visit our California Closets Colorado Facebook page anytime between April 11th until April 18th to vote for your favorite designs. The winning Mud Room design gets $100 cash to both the Designer and the Client that wins.  Every vote counts, so be sure to share this contest with family and friends. Click on the options below to see additional photos for each design. 

Option 1: Beautifully Concealed by Bill Higbee

 

This design boasts a two tone look by adding in a pop of color with the Venetian Wenge countertop benches against the Bellissima White finish cabinetry.  This Mud Room embodies a built-in customized look with full backing, crown molding, raised panel cabinetry and a Fusion Track system for maximum functionality.  The design concept is to minimize the clutter of essential items such as shoes, hats, gloves, etc by keeping them out of sight and efficiently stored behind closed doors and inside drawers.   Out of sight, out of mind and beautifully concealed!  Designed by Bill Higbee and installed in Littleton, Colorado.

Option 2: Easily Accessible by Agatha Armstrong

 

Taking a completely different approach, this design displays a modern and open style, utilizing tasteful and decorative organization methods to make this Mud Room easily accessible and ready for the everyday hustle of a busy family life.  This design concept is built in Antique White finish complete with a Venetian Wenge countertop bench and under bench shoe storage.  The goal in this design was to preserve the gorgeous views of the windows by creating functional, yet artistic storage solutions built in around the existing windows to convert this room into a usable, easily accessible Mud Room storage solution.  Designed by Agatha Armstrong and installed in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Option 3: Best of Both Worlds by Rustin Higbee

This Mud Room design built in Tesoro ® Cappuccino finish is a fusion between an open concept and concealed storage making this design both easily accessible and beautifully concealed.  The upper cabinetry conceals items that are used less frequently or seasonal items that do not require everyday use. The whisper-glide storage baskets below offer off the floor, yet functional storage for footwear and other everyday accessories such as purses, hats, and gloves.  Keys, cell phones, wallets and other smaller items can be safely stored away in concealed mid-level drawers for a more secure storage solution.  All built around an open and functional coat rack- thereby accomplishing the ultimate compromise between function and style.  Designed by Rustin Higbee and installed in Evergreen, Colorado.  

 

Good Luck and may the best design win!!  For a direct link to our voting poll, click ~HERE~

 The voting poll will close at 5pm MST on 4/18/14. Only 1 vote per person is allowed.  A Facebook account is required to vote, in order to authenticate each vote.