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  • Tiernan Rose

    mudroom... i like the arched hanging space! back door storage

  • Jill Speight

    Good way to make the closet work in the mud room - remove the door and build a wooden arch to overlay the casing

  • maggie!

    built in bench in entryway. accent color painted inside nook.

  • annie sumner

    entryway mudroom idea love the arch, love the built in look

  • Katie Gray

    arched mudroom; could remove closet door frame and arch the top. love

  • Sherry Woolever

    Regardless of the size of your home, you can add your own mudroom details. Painting the back wall of this built-in coat rack a different color brings a nice contrast to the space. Source

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Great mud room... check out the built-in shoe storage and hooks for coats and backpacks... jealous!

At Home: The Modern Mudroom. Bright, white and clean. And doesn't everyone keep their heels in the mudroom?

We have black and white tile (installed before we bought the house, and not very well, I might add) in our primary bath. These stripes may need to happen in there. And the beadboard. And also probably the hooks.

Looks almost too nice to be the "mud- room-entry" to a laundry room, and I'm not sure how practical it would be, but I do love the storage-behind-doors (louvered for ventilation), and the natural wood floor. Even the skylight is gorgeous. I would make it a bit wider, put a cushion on the bench, and provide under-bench shoe storage.

Exactly what I am picturing for my dream entryway... one stop drop off & organization for all that stuff you drop as soon as you hit the door!!

cubbies- have with out-of-season flip through a hinged closet system. The board with hooks can be slipped off of notch to enter. Inside would be a few hinged coat hangers (for bulky winter and rain coats & pants), a clothing ladder (for draping the less bulky outdoor clothing), and a peg-hole rack (for things like hats, scarves etc.).

I like the idea of having concealed. With that much storage all the family coats could fit in there, then the coat closet could be used for other storage needs!