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mudroom entryway benches

A mud room or entrance area is often very small, I would say tiny, and that makes it difficult to properly decorate. You’ll need to put some furniture here that will be necessary for storing your clothes, hats, scarves, shoes, boots, umbrellas, and maybe bags and other smaller items. An entrance bench can help you solve this problem with your storage space. It is convenient for putting on your shoes, placing umbrellas, bags, clothes and accessories, and it can add style to your entrance area. I think this is a must have for any dirt room. Would you like to know which bank to choose? Continue reading!

Mudroom and entrance benches with storage rooms

Such a bench is number one for a small mud room, it will be your seat and storage at the same time. These are usually benches with a plank under the top that you will place some boxes, baskets, or drawers with your shoes, hats, scarves, and other stuff on. You can also leave umbrellas there – no boxes are needed in this case. There are benches with special compartments for shoes and boots or, on the contrary, closed drawers for your belongings. No compartments or drawers? No problem! Just put your boots or shoes under the bench and you will have it!

Built-in and tiny mudroom and entrance benches

If your dirt room is very small and you have no idea how to put a bench in there, choose an integrated version. It’s usually fitted to the wall and in some cases can even be folded so you have more space with it. Another option is to opt for a tiny bench, a really small piece the size of a chair, if it’s really necessary for your mud room.

Now let’s talk about the style.

Industrial mudroom and entrance benches

Industrial benches are amazingly durable – they’re usually made of metal and wood and are perfect for loft, industrial, and modern spaces. Most of them have storage space too, so this is a great option.

Shabby chic and vintage mudroom and entrance benches

Shabby chic and vintage benches with a rustic flair are the most popular I would say because they look really cute and are easy to make. Just take reclaimed wood, a nail, hammer, grinder, and some stain and you’re there. Whitewash your bench for a laid-back shabby chic look.

Refined modern mudroom and entrance benches

If you want to make a deadly impression on your guests, put a chic, modern bench in the entrance area so that your visitors are impressed the moment they walk into your home.

St Patrick's Day is next month. Whether you are Irish, of Irish origin or just love this vacation, you can decorate your home for this, especially if you are planning a party. Today's round-up will help you choose a cool decor for your front door. Not only are these common wreaths, but much cooler ideas too.

St Patrick's Day Wreaths

We start with wreaths: they can be made from any material you have on hand! Burlap, yarn, balls of yarn, fresh or fake greens and flowers, pom-poms, clothespins, and a lot more - you can literally use anything you want. If you are into crochet, crochet a whole wreath with a bunting, gold coins, and a pot of gold. There are tons of ideas for you to try, choose what you like best, and tinker!

Other decorating ideas

Decorating the front door is not always about wreaths, but about a coat hanger with a different look. A shamrock made of fabric or fresh boxwood, a moss-high hat with a shamrock, a linen sack with gold - and attach a few coins to the door as if they were falling. You can even add a horseshoe with green ribbon to keep your door and home happy!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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