One usually overlooks the entrance-way or hallway when thinking about their interior designing. However, the entryway serves its purpose as a drop-off zone for all your family members and guests bags, muddy shoes, jackets, scarves; hats and gloves, etc. The mud and slush from the snow tend to trickle its way into the living areas staining carpets, and creating real eyesores for the rest of the home. It’s incredibly clear what a mudroom’s purpose is but looking for ways to decorate it isn’t so translucent. That is, until now.
It’s time to transform that overlooked part of the house and give it a wow factor while being a highly functional room with some DIY ideas. Load up that room with storage options that will fit your lifestyle.
After buying my first home this year, I didn’t have a mudroom planned for the first winter in the house and my entry way became a cesspool full of wet boots and melting snow. Thanks to a couple of crates, paint, etc. my house is going to be fully prepared for the next winter season. Check out my tutorial on the next page (this helps images load quickly).
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