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  • Jeanne Merli

    Divine Bathroom Kitchen Laundry #Mudrooms #Mud #Room. Like small white bench & shelves w hangers.

  • Vicky Hays

    new back door entry with coat rack, tile floor

  • Cheryl Ann Zlomke

    Mud room farmhouse style. Nice walls, functional shelf and hardy floor

  • Stephanie Sabatine

    #wood_paneling #porch #mudroom Charming Mudroom Create a chic place to hang coats and stash boots with white paint and smart storage. At this back entry, a bench doubles as storage for seasonal items, like scarves, mittens and hats. A shelf and coat rack keep frequently-used items close at hand and organized. The stone floor tiles are especially practical when boots get muddy or snowy.

  • Whitney Crowell

    love this floor for an entryway or mudroom

  • Nikki Moeur

    Charming Mud room Create a chic place to hang coats and stash boots with white paint and smart storage. At this back entry, a bench doubles as storage for seasonal items, like scarves, mittens and hats. A shelf and coat rack keep frequently-used items close at hand and organized. The stone floor tiles are especially practical when boots get muddy or snowy.

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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.

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!!

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

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