Guest Picks: The Little Mudroom That Could
There is nothing that I don’t love about this light. I’ve been looking for places to put it in my home — its farmhouse feel sure gets me.
Before you even take two steps in the house, here is a place to set keys and papers. Genius!
Hooks are a necessity in entryways — in fact, I think hooks are necessary all around the home. These ones are sturdy enough to handle a pretty heavy bag.
I like the weathered wood of this rack. It could keep a lot of jackets and backpacks off the floor, and there’s a shelf for more stuff. We all always have stuff in our hands when we walk through the door, right?
Cubbies, hooks and a shelf — a perfect trio. The fact that this also looks good is just icing on the cake.
This is a trendier option for a place to put keys. I'm sure my kids would end up naming this moose and making him part of the family within minutes!
This is a reproduction of a 1930s gym clock. My family is always having to check to see how we are doing on time, and this would be a cool way to do it.
Use this bench in your entryway as a place to sit, maybe to get your shoes on. I really like the color and style of this one.
If you have a blank wall in your entry, this bench is a great option for storage. With all those cubbies and baskets, maybe all the shoes will actually get off the floor!
Some entries don't have enough room for an entire bench, but I think this stool would also do just the trick.
These custom chalkboards are perfect for an entryway. Use them for your grocery list, family reminders for soccer games or even seasonal quotes.
Make your entryway work harder by including a calendar. Write down all your commitments where everyone can see and add to them.
Check yourself one last time before you head out the door. These mirrors have the farmhouse look, which I love.
I generally like straight and clean lines, yet I am still very drawn to this mirror. It would look great pretty much anywhere in my house!
I really like to use pillows to add a little punch, even in an entryway! Add this to your bench and make your space look more stylish. Plus, I really love mixing prints, but I am horrible at it. This pillow does it for me!
I often gravitate towards stripes — I can't help it. Plus, these pillows fit the farmhouse theme of this entryway design perfectly.
I would use this stylish basket for holding umbrellas. It looks so old and worn, which is what really attracted me to it.
Storage, storage, storage! Entryways often get cluttered because they lack storage. Throw your shoes, mittens and scarves in these baskets for an organized and stylish space.
I have kind of fallen in love with this wallpaper. It’s dainty and delicate, and I can smell the jasmine by just looking at it!Next: 8 More Ideas for High-Functioning Mudrooms
This is an indoor-outdoor rug, so it can definitely take some wear and tear. Plus, it is bold and graphic, which I love!