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Through the Lens

Through the Lens


A Mudroom for All Seasons

comments (0) June 25th, 2014 in Blogs
Susan_Teare Susan Teare, contributing photographer

Renovated Farmhouse Mudroom designed by Brian Hamor of Hamor Architecture in Stowe, VermontClick To Enlarge

Renovated Farmhouse Mudroom designed by Brian Hamor of Hamor Architecture in Stowe, Vermont

Photo: Susan Teare

When I photographed this renovated farmhouse this past November I did my best to accentuate its most beautiful and prominent features: great design, warmth, flow and natural lighting. The sun files through the large windows keeping the mudroom bright and cheerful throughout most of the day. The views are abundant, and because of their size and placement the windows allow for a strong connection between the homeowners and the outdoors. The floor gradually transitions from slate in the mudroom to smooth wood in the main living space for a more cozy feel perfectly paired with the newly installed radiant heating system. 


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