After wrapping up a busy week at the shop, you can find it online here. The girls and I spent the weekend at my parent’s lake home, only to come home to find this!My handy husband cranked this little project out. An awesome mudroom for our garage!
It’s the perfect place for the girls to throw their wet hats, mittens, coats and boots during those long Minnesota winter months. The hope is that this will free up the mudroom right inside the door, leaving an actual walkway for the rest of us. The ones who don’t like to trip or stub their toes on piles of shoes and boots (…and realistically… toys, books, bags, and anything else they dropped on the floor as soon as they took one step in the door).
Here’s a short list of Supplies:
- Stock cabinets from Home Depot (in order to save time).
- Beadboard paneling with 1×6 to trim it out.
- The bench = 2 2×12 planks on 6 heavy duty shelf brackets. You could get by with 3 brackets but Jason wanted the girls to be able to stand on it to reach their cabinet plus he needed the 5 bins to fit under evenly.
- A bahzillion hooks for all the crap.
Unfortunately I didn’t get pictures of the build because he surprised me with it when I got home. So I at least made sure to snap some pics of the girls staining. We chose a gray stain to hide the nasty dirt and grime that is bound to build up on it over the next couple years. It’ll look really nice once we paint the walls white all around it and put cute names on the bins, etc. But that’s another project for another day. As for now, I’m happy we are one step closer to clearing out our inside mudroom. Yay! Cheers to the perpetual search for organization!
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