How to Give Your Mudroom a Makeover

If you’re having trouble deciding what to do with the mudroom located in the front of your home or next to the garage, you’re not the only one: it’s one of the most overlooked rooms in the home. Mudrooms are tough to decorate, which is why Furniture Extreme has gathered some of the expertise on the topic here.

When visiting furniture stores in Calgary in search of pieces for your mudroom, keep these helpful tips in mind.

5 Tips to Make Your Mudroom Fancy & Functional

  1. Consider its Purpose

Before diving into decorating, it’s important first to think about what you want your mudroom to do. Do you need it to be both a storage area as well as an entryway? If not, consider removing some of the items you have in it and storing them elsewhere to create more room for foot traffic.

  1. Empty it Out

To better understand what kind of space you’ll be working with, removing everything from your mudroom before decorating is a must. Doing so will give you a clearer idea of the dimensions of the space, as well as what can go where. Keep in mind mudrooms don’t need to be very large to serve their purpose.

  1. Use Inventive Storage Ideas

One way to get the most out of your mudroom if it’s going to function as both an entryway and storage area is to install some storage solutions that make a creative use of the space. Items like lockers, or hangers can help keep those hats, gloves, and shoes out of the way while also giving them a safe place to dry off and air out.

  1. Seating is Beneficial

For those who want a place to take off shoes and other clothing items, having some seating options in the mudroom is a must. When visiting local furniture stores in Calgary, look at items that can function as seating options and also be easily moved out of the way, such as benches, stools or even small ottomans.

  1. Don’t Forget to Accessorize

Investing in some accessories for your home’s mudroom can be a wonderful way to make it a little more lively. Furniture accessories such as hangers, mirrors and other pieces can make your mudroom feel more lived in and spacious.