Photo By: Robert Peterson; Rustic White Photography
Photo By: Regan Wood Photography
Photo By: Tomas Espinoza
Photo By: Rustic White Photography
Front Entry With Makeshift Mudroom, Hanging Stick and Ladder Shelf
A stick strung to the exposed ceiling beams creates a simple but attractive hanging rack for coat and clothes storage next to the black front door. Free floor space between the wall and the striped black and white rug is perfect for setting aside boots, creating a homemade mudroom. A wood ladder leaning against the wall displays a tapestry collection adding neutral tones and great texture to the space.
This mudroom exudes handsome style with its striped built-in bench and row of coat hooks. Baskets provide useful covered storage, handy for tricky-to-organize items like scarves, sporting equipment and outerwear.
A built-in hall tree in the mudroom of this newly built farmhouse features a low bench with cubbies perfect for storing boot trays lined with shoes. Simple coat hooks line the paneled wall, while a high shelf provides space for display or additional storage. The crisp white palette is punctuated by soft gray trim that updates and distinguishes the architecture.
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that needed to be opened up and integrated to make the space more usable for a modern day family. In the kitchen, a board-and-batten wall creates a mudroom and built-in workspace.
Horseshoe hooks are a fun place to hang your hat in this country style mudroom. A basket neatly gathers various accessories and the bench is full of cheery patterns, unified by their red-and-white color palette.
Storage Dilemma: You don't have the budget or space for a built-in mudroom, but need storage. Solution: A cube organizer provides open storage for shoes, gloves, scarves and the other essentials you need as you head out the door. Pair the organizer with hooks above, so coats and jackets stay within easy reach.
This simple mudroom area by Lakeshore Designs takes advantage of an awkward kitchen niche and draws the eye to what otherwise would have been dead space. It's small, but there's plenty of room to sit and tug off boots or transfer items between purses. As a bonus, it can double as a place for guests to perch and chat with the cook.
To create a designated laundry and mudroom for this home, designers repurposed part of the garage. They raised the floor, framed in walls and added heated floors (heavenly!). Doors: Sherwin Williams Pure White; Blue cabinets: Sherwin Williams Smoky Azurite; Mirror: Anthropologie; Hooks and cabinet pulls: Anthropologie
This contemporary mudroom features neutral walls, white trim and bold punches of fuchsia for drama. Hooks, drawers and cubbies provide storage space for all members of the family. Soft gray tile on the floor works well with the pale walls.
This restored row house features a modern-meets-traditional mudroom and bathroom. The mudroom is open and spacious with a wooden bench for putting on shoes, and the small teal-colored bathroom features a floating sink just down the hallway.
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.
The open concept design of this home's lower floor includes a mud room-style entry and family room. A chic built-in bench nestles in amongst floor-to-ceiling cabinets, offering handy hidden storage for toys, outdoor supplies and more.
Hooks on the wall offer easy hanging storage for coats and handbags in this simple but well-outfitted mudroom that acts as a portal between the inside of the home and a side entry that leads to the garage.
The user-friendly mudroom with stylish storage solutions and gray-brown vertical shiplap walls that visually makes the space feel taller includes a Scandinavian-inspired whitewashed wood floor with creamy hues.
Just one or two key pieces can transform an underutilized wall into a mini-mudroom packed with storage. Placing a small storage bench with bins or baskets near the door is a fantastic way to control inbound clutter. Well-placed hooks, cubbies and shelves add plenty of storage and make the most of limited space. Add small-scale artwork and throw pillows to keep the look sophisticated and polished.