Organize Your Mudroom With This DIY

With a little paint, fabric, and elbow grease, HGTV Magazine turned a plain armoire into a self-contained organization station!

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The Starter Piece

This unfinished armoire is meant for storing clothes in a bedroom, but with its sturdy doors, inside shelves, and roomy drawers, it makes a smart stand-in for an entryway mudroom. All this makeover needed was some functional accessories, like boxes and hooks, plus a fresh coat of paint and fabric panels. Shaker armoire in birch, $399, gothiccabinetcraft.com

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