Our award-winning team has built over 1,700 new dream homes, and one of the most sought-after features is a family entrance, used to separate the outdoors from other living areas such as the kitchen or living room. These functional, beautiful spaces will organize belongings and leave unsightly messes from muddy shoes behind.
Promote Organization In Your Home
The family entrance might be considered the busiest room in a new home, so a well-designed layout is essential. A common storage feature is wall-to-wall cabinets with drawers and built-in cabinets. This is a great way to keep clutter at bay. Adding hooks will allow clothing storage for items such as coats and jackets; however, it can also be great for hanging car keys, bags, and hats. Imagine the peace of mind of knowing that whether you are coming or going, items are conveniently stored and placed for ease of use.
The Multi-Functional Entrance Space
The family entrance is an incredibly versatile space with endless possibilities to keep your dream home looking new. Consider adding a large wash basin for handwashing muddy or stained garments and even giving dirty pets a rinse. Another great feature is a seating area for comfortably removing boots and shoes. Our knowledgeable in-house design team knows that a house is more than just where you live and can easily customize your family entrance to meet your exact needs.
Keep The Dirt And Dirty Clothes In One Area
The beauty of a family entrance area is that it can keep both the dirt and dirty laundry out of the rest of your home. Remove wet or muddy clothing and place them in the basket or directly into the washer as you walk in from the outside. Combining the laundry room and mudroom lets you organize laundry detergents, cleaning supplies, and other items in a central location, making life much easier.
Our award-winning Connecticut Valley Homes and Rhode Island Modular Homes design team creates beautiful, functional spaces. We offer high-quality service, value, and peace of mind with every new dream home we build. We welcome your questions; if you would like to know more, please let us know.
The Team at Connecticut Valley Homes and Rhode Island Modular Homes