It’s still snowing in New Jersey and spring showers are soon to follow, which makes it difficult to keep muddy, wet footprints at bay. A well-designed mudroom is my favorite solution. Whether the space is its own separate room or a corner outfitted with storage, a mudroom not only keeps floors clean, it’s also an excellent way to stay organized. Need some inspiration? Look no further:
An equestrian-inspired mudroom complete with cubbies for each member of the family and drawers to keep clutter out of sight.
A DIY version using crates and hooks. Perfect for a small space.
A dog washing station to prevent pets from tracking in dirt. Love the subway tile.
This rustic mudroom pulls double duty as a laundry room.
The ventilated closets allow air to circulate, ideal for storing items like rain coats or sports gear.
Add interest to a traditional entryway with bold color.
Choose durable flooring for this high-traffic zone. The pastels give it a whimsical feel.
Keep it simple with a bench to encourage family members to sit down and take off their shoes.
Very family and pet-friendly. The bulletin board and chalkboard ensure nothing is forgotten when running out of the house.
Don’t let any space go to waste. Turn an under stairs storage area into a mudroom with bins, hooks and a bench.
What are your musts for a mudroom?
If you’re in need of a functional, yet fun, space, contact Iris Interiors.