The mudroom, or boot room, originated in rural areas of the past. Roads were unpaved and almost always muddy or dusty. To keep from tracking dirt into the house, occupants and their guests left their muddy boots and wet coats or umbrellas in the mud area, which was often a tiny room by the kitchen with a door that led to the back of the house.
Having a video game room is a dream come true if you’re a homeowner who loves video games, especially if you have children. Not only will you be able to play games without being a bother to anyone else in the home but it’s also a good space to bond with your children. But while wanting a video game room is one thing, designing it is an entirely different thing. Luckily, designing a video game room is one of the times where you can allow your creativity to take full swing.
In this post, the trusted home and kitchen remodeling professionals of Marcela Montoya Remodeling shares design tips to help you build the ultimate video game room. Here’s what you should consider:
If you live in a small apartment, a spacious loft or a home with an open floor plan, it’s likely that your home lacks a proper and formal dining room. Surprisingly enough, the lack of a dining room sometimes poses a decorating and designing problem for homeowners. Thankfully, there is a way to get around this dilemma.
Here are some tips from the trusted kitchen and bathroom remodeling professionals of Marcela Montoya Remodeling: