With a bench on one side and a closet on the other, this mudroom makes removing shoes and jackets practically effortless. Tile floors prevent any snow and slush from creeping into the kitchen and ensure that the home stays picture-perfect.
Convert an entry coat closet into a cozy area for storing outerwear, keys, scarves and all other items you take off or put on depending on whether you’re coming or going. The built-in seating provides a comfortable space to put on or take off shoes, which can be stored underneath.
A contemporary masculine design in this master suite walk-in closet uses built-in rods to utilize hanging space for suit jackets and surrounding storage easily organizes ties and shoes for effortless access.
Designed for the classy man, this master walk-in closet organizes coats, shirts and pants by hanging racks on one side, and built-in shelves on the other to display his shoe collection. On an adjacent wall, drawers provide necessary storage for accessories, while above, ties are arranged by color for an extra spiffy touch. Spiked pendant lights illuminate the space and complete the stylish, contemporary design.
This minimalist foyer features light hardwood floors, a coat closet and built-in wall shelf with decorative sculptures. Square interior windows line one wall, allowing a glimpse into the adjacent kitchen.
Install hooks for a creative way to accessorize your child's closet. You can use them to hang backpacks, coats or the next day's outfit. The designer suggests hanging hooks at kid and adult levels so items are easily reachable for everybody.
A small coat closet was torn out and revamped into this refrigerated wine cellar, complete with porcelain tiled surfaces that resemble wood texture and a chrome cable system that's suspended via bolts in the ceiling and floor. The 8-foot-tall entrance is outfitted with a commercial-grade glass door and chrome frame reminiscent of what's used for hotel elevators.
The inspiration for this home, the Italian stone pine tree in the backyard, can be seen in two separate spots in this space. The trunk is visible out the far windows, and the canopy is visible through the skylight. A long feature wall of cabinets stretches from the entry all the way to the kitchen, offering ample storage throughout the space. The cabinets hide everything from a coat closet at the entry to a refrigerator in the kitchen.
Not one inch is wasted in this tiny home designed by Incredible Tiny Homes. The coat closet was thoughtfully designed for hanging front to back therefore requiring very little of the entry’s space; paired with the storage trunk below, the two components allow the entry to function like a mudroom. The pale blue barn door is a great rustic detail that provides privacy for the bathroom without obstructing any space. Dual in its purpose, the bathroom doubles as the laundry room. The combination of the hardwood floors and natural materials create an immediate sense of warmth upon entering the tiny home.