I started this project because in the cooler months my lovely family of 5 is always leaving coats and shoes all over the place. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't just as guilty as the rest of them, but, it was driving me crazy. We needed an easy way to corale the clutter. David and I had been to a few home and garden tours and some of those homes featured adorable mudrooms, with locker-style built-ins. So....out came the sawzall, down went a wall, and several months later here is my mudroom:
Now as you can see there are just a couple little touchups we still need to complete, but I didn't want to wait any longer to show everyone the finished result! It was a pretty tight fit getting the bench and cubbies installed. Apparently our builders didn't know how to install a straight wall!! So we have to touch up the paint a little and get new baseboards. Nonetheless, it is finished, and functional, and as you can see, giving us our money's worth!
Speaking of money, I think all in all we had about $200 in this small remodel project. The higher quality plywood and the drywall were our biggest expenses for this project.
My husband built the lockers himself, following these free plans from Ana White. I have to just say that I love her website and we are planning to make many more things using her super simple plans!
If you would like to go back and see the details of this project from start to finish. You can link to those posts below: