Mudrooms are quite the handy place. They provide a spot for coats and shoes, keep backpacks and mittens corralled and might even have a corner for extra sports gear. However, not every home comes equipped with such a convenient space. This doesn’t mean there’s no hope; with a little creativity, you can create a makeshift mudroom. It may not consist of an entire room, but it can still fulfill the general duties of a traditional mudroom.
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Don’t have enough space for a large unit? A bench and a few hooks will work wonders — you’ll have a spot to sit and change your shoes as well as a place for coats, scarves and backpacks. Add baskets beneath the bench to provide a home for wayward items like hats or flip-flops. You could even stash a tennis racquet or baseball bat behind the baskets.
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