Hammett EntryRustic Entry, San Francisco
What Houzz contributors are saying:
5. Consider flooring options. The mudroom is a high traffic zone, often handling mud, snow and dirt, so think carefully about what you put on the floor. If you are starting from scratch, consider a hard-wearing material like stone or tile. Otherwise, cover existing flooring with a tough natural-fiber rug or even one meant for outdoors.
This mud room is even cuter thanks to the actual mud - or the boots carrying the mud, at least. Raincoats, umbrellas, wellies - they might be practical gear, but they're also great potential design accessories. Same goes for scarves and hats. Sometimes "shopping in your closet" works for more than just your wardrobe.
I love that the stylist matched the Wellies to the throw pillows. On a more serious note, this house feels grounded and safe because of the stone floor and walls. Note that the flooring is the same inside and out, creating an interesting transition between the two.