Inspiration Gallery: Well Organized Mudrooms - Whether your mudroom is in the front of the house or back of the house, these well organized spaces show that you often don't need a whole room as a drop zone — just a wall or a corner will do. Here are a few ideas for tackling those muddy boots and misplaced mittens this winter.
Sweet. '2" x 1" planks of wood with hooks on them.'
I'm just using a borrowed folding table right now--but I need to build this to size in our mud room. PERFECT.
Only outdoor one that makes sense--with the overhand for protection. Definitely digging the chalkboard. Was just thinking today that I need to do that for us to scribble yard to-do's as they always seem to show up at the end of a day in the yard--and some things I do and some things Ross does. Love the slats for catching soil!
Cool idea for upcycling an old dresser.
If only my shelves could be lower like that.
My potting bench and tools is going in my mud room.
♥ ♥ ♥ that rustic potting bench! That is a must in my mud room.
This is a good feel for my back area when I'm done. Our door is not as grand, but it has its own charm.
Don't care about the tray--LOOK at those 'wellies' as the Irish call them. I would love a pair like this!
Talk about a deluxe mud room! Holy cats.
This is similar to our back door area...garden bits and catch all. Ours is smaller and more cluttered though.