I'm so happy to welcome Susi from Design Shuffle today.
She is sharing a post about farmhouse mudrooms.
You will find some great tips and gorgeous photos!
Hi, I'm Susi, a writer at Design Shuffle, a community for interior designers,
home decorators and other design professionals.
I love that I get to visit fantastic design blogs like A Pocketful of Blue
and share inspiration and interior design ideas.
This week I'm writing about my favorite farmhouse mudrooms.
Mudrooms are a great room in farmhouses and older homes.
The perfect place to take off wet boots and hang a coat,
these utilitarian rooms are often overlooked and under-designed.
I'm sharing eight of my favorite farmhouse mudrooms to show that
a little bit of design can go a long way in the mudroom.
Love the upcycled crates turned into shelves in this farmhouse mudroom.
The mix of natural woods gives a charming rustic feeling to the room.
Batten and board molding give this farmhouse mudroom architectural interest.
Love the stone floor that can stand up to high traffic and muddy paws.
Perhaps it is the Aussie that gives this farmhouse mudroom so much charm,
but I love all the built-in storage.
Brick floors add an old farmhouse charm, as do the oversize hooks on the wall.
Traditional interior design elements, like a glass lantern and oriental style rug,
give this farmhouse mudroom tons of elegant style.
An indoor/outdoor rug is a great idea for high traffic areas like mudrooms.
River rocks make for an interesting floor in this farmhouse mudroom.
I love the drab green-gray paint. Cubbies for shoes keep them out of the way.
A row of pegs under a shelf provides plenty of space to hang coats and scarves
while drawers under the bench can store smaller objects.
Love the mix of the wallpaper pattern, bench fabric, pillow, and area rug.
Here, you will find lots of decorating ideas packed into one tiny space.
Wainscoting and a picture ledge create a nice architectural detail in this small mudroom.
Pegs for hats, bags and jackets are simple yet effective storage. Stripes add pattern and color to the space.
Absolutely love the yellow color on the custom built-in wall unit in this farmhouse mudroom.
The curves add interesting lines and shape. So charming!
Thanks Susi for sharing your favorite Farmhouse Mudrooms with A Pocketful of Blue this week!
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~ ~ JoAnne