It's that time of year again where if we don't have a mud room ...we wish we did.
It won't be long before the rain's finally hit and the mud starts making it's way into the old farmhouse.
Here on the farm we have a mud room of sorts.
It's not much to look at and it needs a LOT of work
but it does a pretty good job of
catching the bulk of the dirt before it hits the kitchen
and the rest of the house.
Our mud room (it doesn't always look this neat)
One of the prettiest mudrooms I've seen was on
Sarah's House on HGTV. Have you seen it?
If not...she's a designer who bought an old
farmhouse in the country and completely gutted it.
She then ..along with her partner re-designed and
decorated the interior.
Here are a few photo's of that mudroom
and a few more that are to die for.
Sarah's beautiful mudroom/entry
Oh how I wish our mud room was this big!
I LOVE how Sarah has made the new interiors
look like they've been this way since the house was built.
They look so warm and inviting.
I love the country accents...but then I LOVE
Do you like that splash of red?
I love what Sarah used for the base for her sink
in the mudroom/entry bathroom.
I'm still searching for just the right vanity base for our
bathroom as I decided to use that beautiful oak dresser in our bedroom and the other one I had in
mind is just a bit too low even if we put the bowl on top.
So the search continues.
Here's a few more mud rooms for you.
I love the windows and the bench
and of course all the shelves.
Such a nice bright room.
Love those hanging pendant lights!
I love the old world charm of this room
especially the beadboard.
I need a bench like this...but then I need a bigger mud room!
This combination of the bench and the coat rack
with shelves is exactly what I'm looking for
to put in our mud room.
I think I'd put seasonal footwear in those baskets
under the bench.
Do you have a mudroom?
Have a great week.