No space for a mudroom? Convert a closet into the perfect space to sit and take off shoes or do a last minute double check in a mirror. Make it transitional like this one with gold pull drapes, matching cozy bench with blue and white accent pillows, tan woven baskets that fit snugly in the under bench storage and an elegant gold mirror.
This pet-friendly mudroom features a space for cleaning wet pets, housing food and water dishes, and storing food, accessories, dog crates or litter boxes. "A large utility sink can be helpful for refilling dishes or cleaning muddy paws, as can towel bars or towel hooks," says Jeffrey S. Brown, president of J.S. Brown & Co.
Mudroom Entryway With Color-Coded Cubbies and Wooden Stairs
This mudroom entryway features a set of cubbies with different colors for each family member. The mudroom leads to an attractive set of wooden stairs and includes cork wainscoting that extends four feet up the wall.
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
A long and tall hallway that leads to the garage, the well-detailed mudroom includes different storage options, curated design details and walls painted a deep slate gray that give the space an elegant look.
The mudroom's mosaic tile floors and pierced-face cabinets recall early 20th-century Colonial homes. They're pretty and practical, too: the perforated cabinets give sports equipment a chance to air out and the tile is easy to clean on wet, muddy days.