• Melissa Kazda

    Remove the entryway closet doors and add a bench! Perfect for my hallway closet...

  • Marc Rienow

    Something like this for near the door - mud room space! Turning a closet into a storage lockers - Wanting to turn entry closet into a place where my family can drop off their belongings when they come in the house. Everyone would get their own hook and basket. Great for backpacks and laptop bags too.

  • Sharon Gardner

    Love this idea....take off the coat closet doors and make it into a mudroom! Other coats can go in front closet.

  • Morgan Anderson

    Remove closet doors and create instant Mud Room Area. My hall coat closet... perfect to get rid of bifold doors!!!

  • Michelle Torres

    Mud Room Closet by organizedInteriors, via Flickr. Remove hall closet door?

  • Lauren Judy

    Remove the entryway closet doors and add a bench! Instant mud room!

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