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  • Alison Dotzenrod

    Organizing Small Spaces – lots of good ideas @ Home Decor Ideas

  • Judy Stohl

    Organizing Small Spaces - lots of good ideas. I would love to do something like this in my entryway. I usually think of this by the back door, but I just don't have space back there.

  • Mary Rena

    Drop zone when you don't have space for a mud room. Good idea by my back door.

  • Jackie Fiordalisi

    Drop zone when you don't have space for a mud room. Or a good idea for my mudroom

  • Holly Bumgarner

    Rt inside the front door by stairways or laundry room. Drop zone when you don't have space for a mud room - brilliant!

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Think would be perfect for our small mudroom

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entryway idea. love the personal mailboxes to remember important papers, or leave mail for people to pick up.

"Drop zone" when you don't have space for a mud room

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

would love to have something like this to wash our dog - possibly under carport or near back porch

Entryway...love the storage, and bench. They built this themselves! I would do everything but the top cubbies, it's too high so I'd never use it. Maybe mount some art there instead.

Mudroom plans. Uses 2 sheets PureBond Formaldehdye Free Plywood, some 1x2s and 1x3s, and a couple of sticks of trim, a gallon of paint, and some hooks, for a grand total of 148.00. Make three shelves w/o partitions; no partition below bench.