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Shoes, books, newspapers, or clothes make your home mess? Maybe you need extra storage for these items. The goal especially if not so that the house does not fall apart again.
One of the extra storage areas that can be a solution for messy homes is the mudroom. The mudroom is a multifunctional storage room where there are usually several shelves and hangers for storing items. Mudroom also functions to block the entry of dust, germs, and fungi into the house.
The mudroom can be the key to keeping your home organized and not messy. With shelves for shoes, hangers for jackets and storage, mud chambers make the house look neat and clean.
1. Mudroom With Whiteboard Paint
The all-white mudroom features unique things with the presence of colorful accessories and creative streaks. Whiteboard paint is easily arranged in a corner specifically designed to change family needs.
2. The Mudroom Is Open And Hidden
Open hangers and bookshelves occupy the front and center of the mud chamber. Clothing that is often used is placed on hangers outside, while clothing that is rarely used is placed in a closet.
3. Mudroom Under The Bench
Large metal storage container under a soft, striped window that runs along with this bright mud chamber. A row of hooks hung on the wall opposite the window to hang clothes.
4. Mudroom With Sliding Storage Drawers
Internal storage benches with storage drawers and shelves on top are arranged next to the cabinet unit, creating functional storage but allowing the door to be accessed outside.
5. Mudroom With Wallpaper
Bird-patterned wallpapers have mud room walls and storage benches stretching along the walls on both sides. Hangers and cabinets hung on the bench on the right.