Light and Airy Laundry RoomFarmhouse Laundry Room, Cincinnati
Functionality is key on this wall of a client's laundry room/mudroom. The row of hooks provide a perfect way to keep coats, scarves and even backpacks off of the floor. The unique woven baskets are the perfect size to house multiple pairs of shoes to keep the space neat and tidy. The large wooden mirror is functional, rustic and a nice to way to reflect even more light into the space.
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Try a new shoe storage solution. Facing a pile of mixed-up shoes and boots can make the last moments of the morning scramble more frantic than it needs to be. A crate, cubby, or basket for each member of the household allows a certain amount of messiness (just dump them in the bin!) while still maintaining a basic level of organization, since each person’s shoes are kept together. If one bin is overflowing, you’ll know exactly who needs to put a few pairs of shoes away elsewhere.
The side opposite the cabinets acts as a closet for the family. The McFaddens keep their shoes on the main level to make coming and going easier. The stacked basket organizer keeps the room cleaner while still allowing them to store the shoes near the door. The wall hooks are great for backpacks, coats, scarves and hats, and again, they organize everything neatly in one place.Mudroom hooks: Anthropologie; storage baskets: MarshallsGeneral contractor: Mark Frederiksen at Timeless Custom DesignCabinet glazer: Gayle Hixson at Studio 117MoreTrending Now: 10 Ideas From Popular New Laundry RoomsMore Rooms of the Day