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  • Tash Weston

    Near back door Mud room

  • Jennifer Taylor

    Great mudroom shoe storage bench...would this fit in the laundry room?

  • Julie Williamson

    Laundry room / Mud room ideas

  • Julia Easton

    perfect mudroom!!! Shoe rack built in bench

  • Amanda Staubs

    mudroom with shoe shelves. Sort if similar to our coat bench, but these are built in. ( of course, I already had the coat bench before Pinterest, but close enugh)

  • Deborah Garcia

    Shoe storage built in bench for the new mud room, where washer and dryer used to be

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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!!

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

Love the stripes and the ceiling...too bad I most likely will never need a mud room...

my husband is going to be building something just like this for our mudroom. i just haven't told him yet.

great mudroom ideas: automatic light that turns off/on, basket of socks, house numbers on wall for kids backpacks, bulletin board, hooks all the way around the room, striped ceiling

Mudroom. I like how each person has a seat (I'd put in cushions). Also like how the bottom part has a place for shoes as others keep it closed

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.).

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.