A mudroom is an area filled with footwear, outerwear and other random items. In some homes, it is the secondary entrance next to the front entry. It may look like it is filled with clutter, but when well-designed, it can be one of the most organized places in your home. The key here is to include important elements that will ensure the functionality of the entire space.
Hooks and Racks
A mudroom won’t be complete without hooks and racks. You can hang just about anything on these fixtures, including sweaters, coats, scarves, hats and umbrellas. If your home doesn’t have any, however, you can start small by installing a row of hooks, maximizing the wall space.
A set of open lockers is a great feature to have when you want to have a mudroom. Each family member can have a locker as a designated storage space. Low storage can be used to store shoes and other footwear, while high storage is where you can keep seasonal items.
A mudroom is a hardworking space. As such, a tile floor makes sense for this part of your home because of its durability and ease of maintenance. Plus, it provides radiant heat to give warmth during the cold days. Turn to your local design build firm if you want to include this feature when building your mudroom.
A closet is great for storage purposes. This can even be a suitable alternative to a set of lockers. Store just about anything you want out of sight, from out-of-season wares to cleaning supplies.
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