If you come into your house via the side or back entrance, you’re likely well-acquainted with the mudroom, a small entry hallway where your shoes and jackets usually go. And of course, a clean and organized mudroom can do quite nicely upon the front entrance too. A mudroom is a useful feature to have in a home to keep the dirt of the outside from coming inside, and to keep shoes, jackets, bags, and umbrellas from making the home cluttered.
But as time goes by, you may notice that your mudroom is starting to look tired and disorganized. That’s hardly surprising, given how people go through it multiple times a day. In the back and forth rhythm of everyday life, it can be difficult to keep everything organized and good as new. A mudroom also doesn’t have to be out of touch with the rest of your interior design efforts. There are several ways to transform your mudroom into something more modern, as well as more organized.
1.Make It Contrast
The quickest way to strip your mudroom of its beige blandness is to inject some color. This is probably one of the easiest improvements you can make since it just involves repainting the walls, and perhaps adding a colorful rug or two. For something that brightens up the room, aim for a Mediterranean coastal theme. This lets you keep the bland whites that dominate most mudrooms, but add bright accenting in blue, red, or both. That means less work for you in your quest to revamp your mudroom.