Mudroom designs into the house are most of the time neglected and people don’t pay much attention when it comes to their designs even though they’re the first room in the house we walk in when we get inside the house. Both children and adult burst into the door with excitement and want to throw all of their belongings that they have with them on the floor and get rid of them. That’s how mess is made. Having a well designed mudroom can save you from long hours of cleaning up! In the last few decades the mudrooms were totally forgotten, and now they seem they are making a huge come back. More and more people decide to dedicate at least one corner if not more of their house to organize all of the things they need to grab before heading out the door. If you are about to design your own mudroom, check out the photos below and take a look at the Practical Mudroom Designs That Will Fascinate You. I’m sure that you are going to love every single one of it!
The first thing that you should be thinking about in a mudroom is the type of floor you install. Remember that is going to get very dirty and this will be the place where you will get off your muddy and wet shoes. For that reason you should have surfaces that are super easy to clean and won’t be ruined by dirt or dampness. Concrete, tile or linoleum are the best choices for flooring. If you decide to put rugs, make sure they can be easily washed.
The mudroom is the room where you should have millions of organizational units, so investing into wardrobes, shelves and pegs will be more than perfect. You will need plenty of hooks to hang your jackets, bags, keys and other items that need to be reached quickly when leaving the house. Keeping everything at one and the same place can save you time and nerves. Also you will need lots of cabinets that will store your shoes, and custom made are the best ones because you are the one that knows the most how much space you will need.
Mudrooms can also double as a laundry rooms, or kitchen counter tops and sinks. Mudroom designs can be customized in any way you desire, so choose the idea that works best for you.
Mudroom storage options outside of closets are typically restricted to storage lockers, hooks, mudroom benches with shoe storage, and numerous boxes that can hold and hide many small things. Having a bench in your mudroom is especially a wonderful idea because everyone would love to sit to put on their shoes. What do you think about the mudrooms that you have seen so far? Which design is your favorite one? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to come back for more inspiring designs that might be of your interest.