Many suburban American houses have a mudroom, a casual, generally secondary entryway intended as an area to remove and store footwear, outerwear, and wet clothing before entering the main house. You can create an IKEA mudroom with kitchen cabinets.
A mudroom is a homeowner’s best friend in winter. The perfect place to stash boots, coats, hats and mittens, a mudroom is the hardest working room in the house. But what about the other three-fourths of the year? Mudrooms can act as a family launch pad, a sort of headquarters, if you will. A place where all the necessities for heading out the door can be located in one convenient spot.
Total cost: $2,005.94
- We left open cabinets at the top for smaller items that we usually carry and leave at the entrance: purses, lunchboxes, gym bags, etc.
- Wall cabinets installed on top of the counter simulate a tall cabinet unit and keep bulkier items like winter coats stored out of sight.
- Lower cabinets create a nook for seating and space that can be used to store boots and shoes.
- TJUSIG racks were included for scarves, umbrellas and lighter coats and sweaters. They are easily accessible when you need to leave your home in a hurry.
- High-gloss doors in ABSTRAKT white were matched with FINTORP black handles for a modern, clean look.
- A stainless steel PERFEKFT plinth/toe-kick was used to frame the mudroom unit and make it stand out.
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