Your home can reflect farmhouse personality the moment guests step through the door. Here's how to get the look in your mudroom. Whether you introduce a set of lockers or install subway tile, these ideas will help you decorate your mudroom with farmhouse style.
A set of lockers is a casual yet trendy way to amp up mudroom storage. They bring an old-school look to a modern farmhouse home, plus provide a storage place for coats, seasonal wares, and shoes. Look for lockers that are just starting to show wear—think paint chips or small dents, which add rustic character to the room.
A mudroom near the back door is perfect for quick cleanups. Because it is one of the highest-traffic areas in your home, it's a great spot to stop muddy hands and feet in their tracks. Incorporate a large sink and towel bar for quick cleaning. This wash station gives simple nods to farmhouse style with its warm walls, vintage sink, subway tile, and fresh flowers.
Short on space? Pile up antique statement pieces in the area next to your door for a perfectly collected mudroom. A distressed bench mixed with rustic wood paneling and old-school soda memorabilia creates vintage-chic style in this mudroom.
Combine classic and contemporary accents for a stylish yet timeless mudroom. This all-white space will never go out of style, thanks to its sleek lines and pretty beaded-board panels. Built-in storage cubbies and drawers with oil-rubbed bronze hardware add modern storage.
You don't have to be an avid fisher to appreciate that subtle nods to the great outdoors make for fun farmhouse decor. Try an oversize wooden tackle box that doubles as storage, or a rustic wooden coat rack to hang hats and jackets. Either way, you can never go wrong with a mix of wood and white in a farmhouse mudroom.
This classic mudroom was designed with gardeners in mind. Ample sink and storage space, plus easy-to-clean subway tile, mean it's OK to make a little mess. The white and silver color scheme lets blooming buds stand out.