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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Fabric Panels

Cut two pieces of fabric the same size as the door's recessed panels. Use a sponge brush to apply fabric Mod Podge around the edges to prevent fraying. Brush the Mod Podge onto the wood and stick on the fabric, smoothing out air bubbles with an old credit card. Let dry. Fabric: Cottage Gate linen, $26 per yard, kingcottonfabrics.com; Mod Podge $7, plaidonline.com

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