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  • Natalia Caylor

    Mudroom idea: I like the drawers near the door, hooks, cubbies above, bench and storage underneath for shoes

  • Sheri Klemkowski

    A great way to use a little area by your entryway. *color for laundry room

  • Michele McCarthy

    Mud room makeover! Successfully manage the influx of papers and outerwear near your home's main entry point with a combination of drawers, seating, and hooks. A chest of drawers provides dual benefits: Its table surface gives you an immediate place to drop items, while the drawers below keep small odds and ends neatly contained. A bench encourages family members to remove their shoes before they track dirt into the house. Hooks keep coats and bags at the ready. If you have space, add cubbies .

  • Kori Pensabene

    Love the green wall and, well, all of it! Mud room! #mudroom #ideas #space #organized #inspiration #home #decor #design

  • Megan

    mud room- I need this! Functionality in an entryway is important for handling our busy schedules. Baskets with each family member’s name for holding scarves, mittens and other small items; plenty of hooks for coats, purses, and bags; drawers and table top space for keys, wallets, and loose change; and a built in bench for stopping to put on shoes

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I would love a neater entrance/exit where things could (hopefully) be kept organized and easier to find. I like this, but we have only grown-ups at home, so I don't think it's tall enough for big people coats.

Love this #DIY mudroom made with just a few feet of extra wall space, some kid-friendly pegs, and a shelf for storing shoes & other clutter. Thanks for the idea @Better Homes and Gardens!

Make Your Own Mudroom The designer fashioned an entry area that makes previously unused space work hard. Tucked next to the front door, fabricated boxes define the niche. A segmented box provides seating and cubbies for storage baskets labeled for each family member. Another box hangs on the wall to support a mail and key drop and to hold charging stations, pet gear, and handbags.

Love this! Each family member has a place for all their stuff. Especially great for kids' shoes, coats, backpacks, hats, gloves, etc, etc.

A great way to use a little area by your entrayway. Love the repurposed mini dresser (store off weather gloves, hats, scarves, doggie clothes...) and the shoe storage. May want to do in black though since Travis' work shoes are always dirty. Or, if do white can put in that snazzy drawer paper in the bottom...

As a Realtor I often show houses that have this awkward space in side the front door - too small for a living room - but not the best place for an office - this idea of using it as a make-shift mud room totally solves that problem. Love the built in cubbies, too. Flashback to elementary school but in a good way.

I love stand alone storage units for coats, backpacks and purses! I could use one at every door in our house.