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Example of a trendy mudroom design in Portland — Houzz
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Laura Gaskill added this to
The entry. The main problem here tends to be the habit of leaving lots of things out because you may want them at some point during the week. To transform this area, start thinking about only the next day. Will you wear those boots again tomorrow? What about the jacket, scarf and bag? If not, put them away in a main closet instead of letting them pile up by the front door. Set out just what you need, and not only will your entry look neater, but you’ll get out the door more quickly and easily in the morning.
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Denyne Designs added this to
Wood look laminate and stainless steel add modern style to this mudroom.
YGS Design & Development added this to
this is what I mean by a built-in- furniture closet. There isn't a wall built with door, door jamb. The closet doors are only probably 0.5" thick and there is less wasted space