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Marvellous (Mud) Room

The girls have been home on school holidays for a week now. I must admit, I am loving letting go of the school lunch-making routine and after-school activities. One of my other minor gripes was the school bags being dumped next to the kitchen bench. They would often sit in a pile until the next morning if I didn’t nag. So, high on my list for the new build is somewhere to house all these school-related bits and pieces. It doesn’t need to be a full mudroom but a space tucked away and out of sight. If I end up having the space, this is what I would include:

Hooks: for hanging the school and sports bags, umbrellas and hats

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6th Street Design School

 Drawers:  underneath for storing shoes and library bags etc

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Wright Building Co.

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Anne Hepfer

Shelving: baskets break up the joinery and are another great storage option

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Muse Interiors

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Cupboard:  perfect in a mudroom for storing winter coats (that take up valuable real estate in a wardrobe!).

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Molly Quinn Design

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Fabric opportunity: any excuse for a bench seat and cushion.

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Wettling Architects

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Lynn Morgan Design

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J B Murray Architect

Yes, a mudroom would be marvellous.

Belinda XO

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