Rustic Country Mudrooms

These mudrooms make you feel right at home taking off your wet clothing or muddy boots.

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December 19, 2019

Photo By: Eric Roth

Photo By: JWT Associates

Photo By: Jared Kuzia Photography

Photo By: Design by Solomon+Bauer+Giambastiani Architects; photography by Bradley M. Jones

Photo By: Design by Solomon+Bauer+Giambastiani Architects; photography by Bradley M. Jones

Photo By: J.S. Brown and Co.

Photo By: Trent Bell

Photo By: Design by Sarah Richardson

Photo By: Crystal Kitchen Center

Neutral, Rustic Mudroom

Built-in storage creates a functional space for flat and hanging storage in this mudroom. Metal piping and pale wood shelves blend to give the space a rustic-industrial vibe that flows with the rest of the modern farmhouse-style home. The peaked, beamed ceiling provides an open and airy feel.

Mudroom With Wood Paneling, Elongated Bench

A throwback to the 1930s, this mudroom features floor-to-ceiling wood paneling. A long bench provides a seat for removing and storing rain boots and snow shoes, while shelves above ensure that this classic space stays as organized as possible.

Mudroom with a Touch of Shiplap

This mudroom features a simple locker design that has space for everyone. Tile floors can take the abuse from kids, pets and wet shoes. White shiplap is adorable with the traditional coat hooks. The blue pendant light is a charming touch of color.

Pea Soup Swatch

This mudroom really works with the limited space and interesting angles, offering enormous amounts of storage space and even a bulletin board. Design by Gail Drury.
From: Drury Design

Rustic Cottage-style Mudroom

This rustic, cottage-style mudroom is a true indoor/outdoor breezeway that flows from one room to the next. In room-to-room mudroom pathways, be sure to incorporate elements from both indoor and outdoor surroundings to create a successful movement. Architect Don Giambastiani of Solomon+Bauer+Giambastiani Architects says, "Mudrooms are usually the transition between the interior and exterior, so choose materials, both functionally and visually, based on the overall design of the home and landscape." Here, stone floors and walls pull in outdoor elements that also coordinate with the rest of the interior.

Spacious Mudroom With Rustic Design

This spacious rustic mudroom offers plenty in the way of style and function. The wood-framed French doors, wood-plank ceiling, tile floor and stone walls add character, while benches and wall coat racks make the space functional.

Rustic Mudroom With Wood Cabinets

A closed-off mudroom is the best option for those that don't care to have a guest-ready space at all times. This rustic one uses built-in wood cabinets and locker areas to store the family's coats, shoes, and sporting equipment.

Rustic Cottage Mudroom With Wood Walls And Stone Tile Floor

This rustic cottage mudroom has reclaimed wood wall treatment and a stone tile floor.

Cottage Mudroom With Red Painted Doors

Color doesn't always need to go on the walls. Cranberry red paint on the closet doors of this quaint mudroom make for a stylish pop of color, as seen on HGTV's Sarah's House.

Beadboard Mudroom With Built-in Bench

The built-in shelves and spacious bench in this mudroom help you transition in and out of the house. Beadboard paneling and a tongue and groove ceiling lend an elegant country aesthetic to the space, while an Arts and Crafts pendant light shines from above.

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