This is a great example of mixing design, style and tradition. This back entryway matches the doric columns on the front of the house to balance both front entry and back entry into this 19th century colonial styled house. The project was a mix of architectural design by a traditional local architect and the interior design of a local interior designer for maximize utility of this space. The owner wanted to add a mudroom for her family which included a space for sitting, shoes, cubicle space and storage for different seasonal sports for the family. We were able to create over 47 lineal feet of shoe storage space, 15 lineal feet of sitting space with 12 overhead storage compartments overhead. On top of this addition, we created a new exterior space by moving an interior closet, added an exterior door and build a composite deck overlooking a fantastic roof line of this historic part of town.