As clear as mudroom designs
Written by: Stacey Lentz
In today's fast-paced world of work, school, sports and so much more, many families are crying out, "Get me organized!" And what better place to start than your own back door.
Today's mudroom designs are no longer dark, dingy areas where shoes are pitched and coats strewn on the floor. They are evolving to become the hub of a busy house. Everything from a backpack stop to a place to wash Fido, mudrooms are versatile to say the least. But where do you get started? What will work for your family? It all depends on you.
To really serve as a catchall, mudrooms should be an entrance from both the garage as well as the outside rear of a house. The space can be as small or as large as you want it to be. Even if you only have a small hallway leading into the house from the outside, this can become a mini-mudroom of sorts as well. The key is organization.
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