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Style meets function in this open-concept combination mudroom and laundry room by Amy Studebaker Design. For a busy family requiring the flexibility to maintain the outdoor debris of children and dogs, as well as daily laundry, the streamlined efficiency of the multipurpose room was just the ticket.

The room began as a hallway of doors, but with the help of Maryland Heights’ PK Construction, Amy Studebaker (the company’s namesake) transformed the space into a crisply designed, well-loved area of the home.

Easy-to-clean, floor-to-ceiling white subway tile and plenty of cabinet storage for laundry materials augmented the practicality of the frequently used room. Not featured in the photo are individual lockers for each family member for personalized organization. But the functionality of the space doesn’t stop there. “For added texture and storage, open shelves were designed to house baskets with a natural woven pattern above the washer and dryer,” Studebaker says.

The airy aesthetic full of character-enriched detail added a fresh appeal to the room. “The soft blue cabinetry complements the soft blue patterned floor tile to pack a subtle punch,” Studebaker says.

Amy Studebaker Design, 11614 Page Service Drive, St. Louis, 314-440-0853, amystudebakerdesign.com

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