One of the most used spaces in the home (especially this time of year), the mudroom can often end up as an area that’s more functional than charming. See how 10 designers and architects turned this everyday space into an elegant and practical entry point to the home.

Mudroom featuring green paneling and cabinetry, stone floor, and dark wood door.

Architecture by Alisberg Parker Architects

Bright entryway with shoe cubbies, woven textile rug, and an antique-style bench.

Architecture by Haver & Skolnick Architects

Mud room with shoe shelves, upholstered bench seating, and a large natural wood mirror.

Interior design by Sims Hilditch

Mud room with filing cabinet-style cubbies, wood bench, and glass-faced cabinets.

Interior design by Artichoke

Mud room with black and white striped floors and peacock blue cabinetry.

Interior design by S.B. Long Interiors

Black and white themed mudroom with patterned accent chair and cabinetry.

Interior design by Fine Concepts

Mudroom with stone flooring, light wood benches and cabinetry.

Design by Harrison Design

Mud room with light blue cubbies with architect-lamp style sconces.

Architecture by Morgante-Wilson

Mud room with white cabinetry and cubbies and blue and beige tiled floors.

Interior design by Sara Gilbane Interiors

Mud room with zig zag floors, black cubbies, red ceiling, and branch-style chandelier.

Architecture by Brooks & Falotico Associates, Inc.


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November 23, 2016

Dennis Sarlo is the executive editor of Chairish and a lover of all things design-related. Prior to joining the team, he served as the executive editor of Dering Hall and was the first site director of Architectural Digest. He was also part of the founding team of travel startup Jetsetter. He lives in New York.