The mudroom is here to stay! The mudroom is the best place to keep your home clean and protect it from dirt and grime. The trick to keeping your home tidy is choosing the right furniture. We have some amazing ideas for spaces of any size and style. We also have tons of storage options built in.
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Factor Design Build gave a major upgrade to this narrow hallway in a Denver, Colorado house. Factor Design Build specializes in the restoration of old properties. Thanks to a custom-made mudroom bench, a small recess was converted into a mudroom. It is loaded with hooks as well as cubbies. The original character of the house was preserved by using beadboard paneling in a beautiful shade of blue. Storage baskets are located under the seat for boots, shoes, and sneakers. The upper shelf can be used to store seasonal items until needed.
The problem is that not all homes have the space for a large, built-in mudroom bench with endless storage options. Jen O’Brien (blogger behind City Farmhouse) offers a solution to small spaces with this DIY. To create a floating bench, she used two sheets of maple plywood in a corner of her hallway. The natural beauty of the blonde wood was preserved by using a finishing paste. The little seat was given a Nordic touch with art, accent pillows and a faux sheepskin blanket. You can store your boots and shoes under the bench.
With the right mudroom benches, even awkward corners can be made workable. Factor Design and Build designed this built-in to maximize square footage. The window seat is a great place to store your shoes and clothes. Accent pillows make the cramped entryway feel more inviting.
Nest Design Company created a stylish, small mudroom bench that fits under a vaulted ceiling. The unit has a homey feel thanks to crown molding and shaker-inspired detailing. The unit’s incredible storage capacity is not to be missed. There are two large drawers under the seat that can hold gloves and hats. Storage hooks attached to a wall paneled with beadboard make it possible to store coats, hats and handbags. The baskets are great for seasonal items that aren’t needed all year. A mudroom should have accent pillows that are colorful and pretty.
The large, built-in mudroom bench is easy to use. It’s made of weather-resistant granite that is easy to clean. Molly Howe Design designed this mudroom for the clients who live there. They wanted separate storage areas for each member of their family. Each little nook is equipped with a chair, coat hooks and basket storage. There’s also an overhead cabinet. The space is finished with brass hardware and a striking gold pendant lamp.
For the small mudroom of this coastal farmhouse, Zoe Feldman used a standalone wicker bench. The decor in this home is largely made of natural materials. This gives it a casual and relaxed feel. For a more personal design experience, take the best elements from your home and incorporate them in surprising places.
Built-in mudroom benches such as this one from Andrea Schumacher Interiors are a favorite of ours. They offer a view and storage. The navy blue paint job is striking. It is water-resistant and an excellent choice for indoor spaces that are frequently exposed to the elements.
The cottage mudroom of Melanie Gowen, inspired by Shaker architecture, is charming and irresistible. A built-in bench is located below the window with white shutters and has shoe cubbies. Despite the absence of hardware or ornamental trim, the simple and modern lines of this seat are timeless and modern. The space feels more open and airy if it is kept white.
Amanda Reynal Interiors has created a beautifully designed mudroom that is full of all the essential features that every home should have. A cushion with outdoor fabric is added to the top of the built-in bench. The shelf storage below provides space for the collar, leash, and outerwear of your dog.
A simple wooden mudroom bench is an effective way to make a big impact when you only have a tiny space. Rebecca Hay Designs’ piece of furniture makes it easy to store handbags and shoes in this space. The natural wood features are highlighted by the blue walls. Take a look at the blue walls.
A mudroom can be used as a storage area for shoes, bags and coats. But it doesn’t have to look boring. Design Storms designed this bench storage unit. This seat has cubby storage galore, and a beautiful herringbone wall.
Although matchy-matchy furniture can become a little repetitive, it works well in this space designed by Kate Marker Interiors. The open space feels lighter and fresher thanks to it. The matching desk has a freestanding mudroom bench that matches the wood top. It coordinates perfectly with the coat rack.
This coastal mudroom is perfect for a weathered wood bench by Chango and Company. You can keep clean beach towels neatly folded before you place them on the seat. The hooks made of wood or leather are above the seat and can be used to hold beach hats and tote bags.
Brooke Wagner Design’s dove gray mudroom features a built-in bench that allows you to either sit down or stand while laced up your boots. You can also store your handbags or other accessories. The copper handles and natural maple wood seat match perfectly with the drawers’ storage drawers.
The built-in bench gives this cottage’s mudroom a vintage feel thanks to its thin white planks. The seaside feel is enhanced by the blue and white bench cushions. The storage drawers below feature porthole-inspired cabinet knobs.