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    • Meg Jones

      35 dollars for the two bookcases, and some baseboard trim to make it look like a great built in. Great idea for a mudroom, front entry way, kitchen or laundry room. All this can be purchased at Lowes.

    • Jamie Love

      How to make a mudroom or front entryway for cheap; 35 dollars for the two bookcases, and some baseboard trim to make it look like a great built in (for the laundry room or front entry way). All this can be purchased at Lowes.

    • Lindsey Gibson

      35 dollars for the two bookcases, and some baseboard trim to make it look like a great built in. for the laundry room/ mud room/ front entry way. All this can be purchased at Lowes.

    • Terri Cina

      IKEA Billy bookcases + Lowe's kitchen wall cabinet + cut-to-fit shelf for seating + wainscoting = awesome entryway system or laundry room for under $300. (Save idea for VT mudroom.)

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    The Smiling Mudroom. This picture says it all! Check out the free plans at Ana-White.com and make it your own.

    Pretty and functional. Love the open bottom for boots, so much easier to clean. Could add a smaller shelf for shoes above the boots. Building plans from Ana White.

    Two bookcases ($34.99) anchor this makeover. The baseboard wrapping the base creates a custom-built look. For extra storage, divide the bottom units to create cubbies for shoes.

    Ana White | Build a Cutest Mudroom | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans. This would be a DREAM to have n my house, I just don't have any space for it! Maybe n my new house.....yeah rt, like we r ever going to move! But sure is beautiful!

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

    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.).

    Install a shower basin and floor drain in your mudroom to collect wet footwear. Add a wall faucet and flexible hose attachment for rinsing off mud and debris. (It's also handy for a quick pet bath.) And don't forget to include a fold-down bench for putting on shoes or stacking a few cleanup towels.

    Trim: Behr Garden Wall Siding: Behr, Toasted Walnut Shakes: Behr Mocha Accent Shutters: MidAmerica BlackIMG_3128 by BIA Parade of Homes Photo Gallery, via Flickr

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