One-Wall Mudroom Ideas
Revamp a single surface to provide storage for an entire family! Try one of these simple solutions to catch clutter as you walk in the door.
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A wall-mount sink between two locker-style compartments serves as a wash station on a 5-foot stretch of wall. A wall built out just 2 inches behind the sink masks the new plumbing.
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Transform a wall into a mini entryway by installing a section of paneled wainscoting and a boot tray on the floor. Center a hook on each panel. Wide trim on top hosts keys and sunglasses.
Shift shelves in a big bookcase to make larger areas for coats and boots and tighter spaces for flats and accessories. Assign a number to each family member and purchase decorative items with preprinted numbers, such as hooks, mugs, boxes, and bags, to bring order to your home -- no additional labeling required.
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Rework a media cabinet as a landing spot by removing doors to make a large section for coats and bags. Fill side shelves with bins for scarves and other outdoor gear.
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Use a weekend and a few square feet to create a peg wall organizer.
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Is your mudroom a mess? Take an afternoon to convert chaos into calm. Corkboard, S-hooks, drawers, and bars transform a sliver of blank wall into a by-the-door command center for outerwear, bags, and keys.
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