Already have a mudroom? Thinking of putting one in? Organizing this active area can be tricky. But a few cabinetry tricks can help you make the most of this commonly cluttered space.
1.) Create custom cubbies.
Custom cubbies and sections can keep the whole family's belongings in check. Knowing where everyone's coats and shoes are makes the morning routine a breeze.
A lot of dirty work gets done in the mudroom and it can be difficult to keep it clutter-free. But a smart storage system combines form and function to make any mudroom feel clean.
2.) Make room for an entryway.
Since your mudroom serves as an entrance and exit, it's important to keep a clear path. So go vertical with your ceiling cabinets. This not only creates more storage options, but it maximizes the "dead space" as well.
Here's more information on "dead space" and how to utilize the unnoticed areas of your home.
3.) Free up space in the rest of your home.
Using your mudroom to its fullest allows you to use the storage in the rest of your home more effectively.
Whether you have a lot of seasonal items, shoes, or sports equipment, we're sure you could use the extra closet space.
4.) Think outside the entryway.
A great thing about mudrooms is that you can customize them to fit your lifestyle. Mudroom-style cabinetry can also be awesome in the basement. This could be useful for laundry and less frequently-used items.
At Closet Butler, we take pride in designing and building custom storage solutions. Call today for a free consultation for your custom mudroom in New Jersey at (973) 492 8900.