Having an active family means that we seem to also have accumulated a lot of gear to keep everyone warm, dry and ready to hit the ground running each day. Part of keeping everyone coming and going on time and with all the things they need is knowing where all of their “things” are at a moment’s notice.   A fabulous mud room that has a place for not only outerwear but sports equipment and umbrellas, bags and in some cases even laundry and a place to rinse off a muddy pet, is honestly a busy family’s best friend. No need to bring the great outdoors indoors. Obviously smart storage here is key as well as good lighting and surfaces that are can endure the wet and the muck and whatever else we traipse in but practicality certainly doesn’t need to be boring. Check out some of these envy-inspiring mud rooms and entries. Classic to contemporary, whatever your design preference, there’s a perfect place to stow your wellies.

  – Anne Feature image: Anne Hepfer Designs  

 

 

Alicia-Garcia-Design - mud rooms

Alicia Garcia Design.  

 

De-Rosee-Sa-Architects - mud rooms

De Rosee Sa Architects.  

 

Micasa - mud rooms

Micasa.

 

 

  Andrea-Goldman-Design - mud rooms

Andrea Goldman Design.

 

  Image-via-Mrs.-Blandings - mud rooms

Image via Mrs. Blandings.

 

  Brian-Watford-Interiors - mud rooms

Brian Watford Interiors.

 

 

  JBM-Architect - mud rooms

JBM Architect.

 

 

  Paola - mud rooms

Paola Salinas.

 

 

  Hackett-Holland - mud rooms

Hackett Holland.  

 

G.P-Schafer-Architect-David-Netto-Designer- mud rooms

G.P Schafer Architect (David Netto Designer).

 

 

  Ole-Sondresen-Architect - mud rooms

Ole Sondresen Architect.

 

 

  Better-Homes-and-Gardens - mud rooms

Better Homes and Gardens.  

 

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