Herringbone floors are another flawless detail in this beautiful mudroom. Complete with a chalkboard wall, built-in storage and a comfy spot to take off your shoes, this space is brimming with custom features.
What was an empty wall in the foyer now houses built-in storage cubbies for members of the family to stash jackets, shoes and sports equipment. Dove gray shelving with brass hardware proves that the catch-all room doesn't have to be boring.
This mudroom features a custom, rust-colored backpack station. "When the kids come home, they remove any necessary notes and homework and hang their backpacks up," says the designer. "Once homework is done, it all goes back into the backpack ready for the next day."
This mudroom is proof that staying organized can be stylish! Each of the custom cubbies come with a basket, hook, bench for removing shoes and a wide drawer for storing winter coats and boots. In turn, they free up the floors for a gorgeous gray rug.
To connect the garage addition to the existing house, a spacious mudroom entry is built and filled with custom built-ins. Before the renovation, the family would enter the home through the side door that had no storage. Now, the space offers room for shoes, backpacks and coats.
This mudroom was definitely designed with functionality in mind. The green floor mat encourages guests to wipe their feet, a built-in bench allows for removing boots and shoes with ease, and those trees actually serve as custom coat racks. The room also includes a stackable washer/dryer set.
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.
Repurposed old school lockers offer additional storage space and bring a unique, quirky touch to this mudroom. Cut-out caddies house baskets for shoes and other small accessories to keep the small space neat and organized.
Just off the kitchen, Chip and Joanna added a locker style mudroom. With custom lockers for each of the family members, coats, backpacks and shoes have a clear place to go. To close off this space from the rest of the house, the rustic, wood, sliding barn door keeps the mudroom private. As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
From the moment they enter this home in Minneapolis, Minn., guests are greeted with bright colors and patterns. A custom bench with gold hooks gives them a place to store their shoes and jackets, while blue pillows complement the door and wallpaper.