Today on the blog, we are so excited to finally reveal this whimsical mudroom renovation by the talented Jacquelyn Clark. This is actually the third time we have worked with the Toronto interior designer and we are always left speechless by her ability to transform a space (check out her Master Bath Reno and Foyer transformation). The minute we saw her renovation plans for Jess’ mudroom, we knew it was going to be amazing.
Mudroom Renovation Plans
For this New England project, Jacquelyn tackled an outdated, unheated shed attached to the home of artist, Jess Blazejewski, and her husband. They first started by picking out a playful and bold patterned floor tile. According to Jacquelyn, “It really did act as the jumping off point for the entire project – everything else was built from there.”
After looking at a few samples, they decided to go with the Ellipse pattern on 12×12 honed carrara. Ellipse is a pattern from our in-stock collection, Artisan Stone Tile. Ellipse is offered in two colorways, the Chrome Grey shown in this renovation, and a Noire Black
One thing we love most about this mudroom transformation is the attention to detail. Some of our favorites would have to be the antique coat hooks, modern farmhouse storage bins, and of course the whimsical wallpaper from Anthropologie. She adds just the right amount of decor without overcrowding a small space or making the space look too busy.
Jacquelyn was even able to add in a washer and dryer to make make it a dual mudroom and laundry room! It is amazing to see how Jacquelyn was able to fit so many details into such a small space.
Because of space limitations, Jacquelyn had to find a way to add in stylish seating that could also serve as storage. She chose a white bench and combined it with wire storage bins.