As you enter this bright and comfy living room, a stylish gray built-in allows storage for hats, jackets and knick-knacks. A plush sectional and two armchairs are grounded by a neutral area rug that covers a portion of the dark concrete floor.
Although most mudrooms are linear, this one by Anthony James Construction makes great use of an odd corner near the entrances to the home's garage and backyard. A wraparound bench seat features ample storage underneath, while hooks stand ready for purses, jackets, backpacks and more. The 1970s Dutch door adds a nostalgic top note.
Located conveniently just outside the kitchen, this transitional mudroom combines rustic accents with classic contemporary elements. Sturdy, reclaimed wood bins slide out like drawers to provide unique and functional storage. The window seat carves out a nook to let in natural light through a black framed window and offers a spot to sit down and remove shoes or jackets.
Perfect for a smaller space, the Entryway Mirror + Hooks from West Elm packs a storage punch with three hooks for jackets, hats, keys or handbags and a shelf for flowers or collectibles. This allows you to maximize wall space and keep essentials organized and close by.
This built-in mudroom area provides a great space for keeping the house organized and clean. The bench allows for an easy place to take shoes on and off and store them in the cubbies below. Jackets and bags can be neatly hung on the row of hooks, and wicker baskets provide detail as well as extra storage. A tribal rug adds pops of bold color to the light, neutral space.