mudroom with sink, pantry and storage
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn
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Multipurpose Pantry

Hand-Washing Station
In addition to a tall gooseneck spigot, the sink has a drinking fountain so that kids can rehydrate without tracking outside dirt into the house.

Stainless-Steel Counter
This seamless germ-repelling surface is easy to wipe down
 after making messy art projects.

Open Shelving
An easy-access alternative to closed cabinetry, shelves along the back wall and below the counter hold baskets loaded with snacks and hand towels.

Message Board
Glue-in-place cork sheeting transforms this sliding door into a family communications center holding phone numbers, grocery lists, and kids’ drawings.

TIP: Wall-mount a light that can swing out of the way when not in use. Pulley sconce, about $290.
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