Today we are sharing our gorgeous mudroom makeover. Last fall we finished our kitchen renovation and decided to incorporate the same cabinets along a side wall and create storage for coats, hats and backpacks. Some of you may remember that MasterBrand Cabinets sponsored our kitchen makeover and they were kind enough to sponsor our mudroom project as well. I will be sharing how we built this bench next week but today, is all about eye candy. Who doesn’t love a good mudroom makeover right? Mudroom design happens to be one of my favorite things to search online when looking for organization inspiration. Something about neat and organized outdoor wear excites me.
Gorgeous mudroom makeover
Here is the wall before
After the kitchen wall was torn down and new kitchen renovation completed.
The fabulous cabinets are from their Diamond Line featuring the Maple Anden style door.
We don’t have a coat closet near our garage door so this wall featuring locker styled doors and drawers worked out perfectly.
The drawers are perfect for hats and mittens.
The bench color is called Cataile and coordinates perfectly with the bar stools.
The cabinets are actually pantry cabinets which we converted to a locker style coat closet by adding satin nickel hooks. You can see I have my shelves stored in the top shelf. This way, if we ever do get a coat closet, we can use these cabinets as a food pantry or for dishes by simply adding the shelves.
This wall is one of my favorite features in our new kitchen. Having a bench right near the door is not only convenient but a great place to decorate! -ha. I absolutely love how these pillows from HomeGoods look with the warm colored stain.
We had a heat register to work around, which we couldn’t block the heat, so our designer at Masterbrand created the legs for the front of the unit not only for extra support but aesthetically, they added a lot of character to the unit. I may end up adding short rectangular baskets underneath the bench during the summer for flip flops and sneakers but for now, I am loving the open look.
Here is another before.
and another with the hooks on the wall.
Our gorgeous mudroom after
This is one of my favorite shots with the barn doors. The bench stain color, bar stools and barn doors add so much character to the kitchen.
Here is space before we tore down the kitchen wall last summer.
Here is the space once the wall was torn down.
Our gorgeous mudroom after
Want to see the rest of the kitchen? Checkout the entire series below.
Kitchen Series Posts:
Kitchen Mudroom wall
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We are so excited with our new gorgeous mudroom makeover. One of the best features is the soft close feature. The doors shut slowly and automatically close. I love that! It’s SO nice to have a place for all the coats, hats, mittens and bags. When you don’t have a coat closet on the first floor it’s things like this that excite you :). The storage features and pull out drawers along with the bench make this wall not only functional but the perfect additional to our kitchen. Some of you may remember, we had added hooks to this wall a couple years ago and placed all of our shoes in a shoe box which worked out nicely but the coats became an eyesore quickly if you didn’t keep up with purging what shouldn’t be there. I absolutely love the closed storage now. If things get messy, the door closes! -ha. If you are looking for more mudroom inspiration, be sure to check out these gorgeous spaces that I put together a couple weeks ago.
*disclosure: This post was sponsored by MasterBrand Cabinets and we were provided complimentary product. All opinions and words are 100% my own. The cabinet line and quality is amazing! Thank you MasterBrand!