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Neutral Transitional Mudroom With Striped Benches
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 simple and sleek mudroom provides convenient spot for jackets, shoes and toys right inside the door. Stunning hardwood floors are the perfect juxtaposition to the ultra-white cubbies and cabinets in this tidy mudroom.
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.
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."
Existing wood used to frame the house was whitewashed and used for the cladded wall and charming bench area. An active gear closet stores all outdoor clothes for quick and easy pick-up before exiting the house.
Gray and White Transitional Mudroom With Built-In Bench
Floor-to-ceiling cabinets and drawers offer maximum storage to this mudroom. A built-in bench sits in the center of it all; the graphic wallpaper behind it and bright orange pillows bringing bold visual punch to the space.
With four children, the homeowners needed a space that would keep their kiddos' coats, boots and backpacks neat and organized. The designers delivered this fully functional mudroom, where each kid has access to his or her own locker.
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.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created a new laundry room and mudroom for homeowners, complete with plenty of storage cabinets, shelving and coat hooks. Brick floors were installed for a durable yet attractive look.
Green built-in shelving with orange accents provides the perfect spot to store hats, gloves and shoes upon entering this Brentwood home. Custom art and an upholstered bench add texture to the inviting space.
This smartly designed and brightly colored mudroom is equipped with a potting bench, a sitting bench, a pegboard and even a pet door. The pegboard is perfect for hanging miscellaneous items when making a quick exit.