Mudrooms Store Dirty Clothes, Protect Against Death

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August 31, 2016

Mudrooms have always been practical, serving as a storage space and acting as a buffer between the outdoor elements and a clean interior.

Stephanie Brick, a senior designer at Sustainable Design Group and a writer for the Washington Post, writes that the room is so useful that it could even save a life.

Homeowners are starting to fortify mudrooms into safe spaces that protect against natural disasters, like tornadoes, hurricanes, and floods. Brick lists some material and design considerations for a mudroom project.

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