Happy Tuesday! I am so excited to share our farmhouse mudroom reveal- it’s finally done!
I guess I got everything backwards here. While everyone else is sharing neutral mudrooms tastefully updated with fall furnishings, mine is screaming spring. But I can’t help it. Although I really do like the look of a neutral space, I just can’t live in one- at least right now (who knows what I will like this time next year?). And besides, I really do feel like a mudroom is a space that you can really have so much fun with color and pattern!
Here’s the before:
So here it is…our farmhouse mudroom reveal!
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As is par for the course, our rooms are too small to get a good full view with my camera lens, but here are the best shots that I can get…
The room started with the pink buffalo check fabric wall treatment, which I had been picturing in here for awhile. I added board and batten to the lower part of the wall and painted it bright white (The Perfect White by Valspar, which is my go-to white). The door paint is Mystic Sea, also Valspar.
I added these hooks from Joss and Main. They are super heavy duty, were a great deal, and bring that coastal touch to the room that we love so much!
This is thrifted artwork that I’ve had awhile (I think I paid about $2 apiece for these). I absolutely adore how they look in this space- they really elevated the room as soon as I added them.
When we moved the mirrored overmantel out of here, we missed the mirror. So, I hung this one on the broom closet- perfect for a quick hair or teeth check before we head out the door 🙂
One of the needs in this space was somewhere to put our boots that are muddy or grass covered- a boot tray! I gave ours a coastal inspired update:
The updated light fixture (it’s the Dasent from Wayfair) is one of my favorite parts of the room! I think it, plus the doormat, help to tone down the sweetness from the pink and aqua a little bit.
Not gonna lie, I’ve gotten way more use out of those boots as props at shoots than on my feet 🙂
This artwork by Katie Phillips. I love! I think it looks perfect with the finishes in the room. We put it right by the door as a symbol of welcome to anyone who comes in. This is my second Katie Phillips piece and I just love her work.
Those hooks are my favorite part of the room. I think I could swing from them and they would hold tight 🙂 Just having more hook storage has been pretty life changing in here.
And no, I decided not to add any shoe storage. I like not looking at shoes all over the floor, and since the boys have finally gotten pretty good at putting theirs in their room (thanks to the dogs who would eat them if they didn’t!), I decided that I didn’t want to mess with a good thing!
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