Today is the day… it’s time for the One Room Challenge Reveal! I’m currently writing this post instead of cooking dinner because I literally JUST finished it and photographed it! I present to you… our floral modern mudroom with black wardrobes!
In case you haven’t been following alone, this was the state of the mudroom only a short six weeks ago! It was actually a screen porch with metal walls.
If you want to catch up on all the details, here are the posts from the past five weeks:
Week 1- Mudroom Moodboard and Plans
Week 3- Wallpapering the Ceiling
Week 4- Built in Bench
Week 4 (Part 2)- Built in Ikea Wardrobes
Week 5- Installing a Window and Door
Crazy transformation huh?! Here’s a few more side by sides to see how far this room came!
My initial goal was to complete this room for under $1000. Due to me miscalculating the amount of wallpaper and trim, we ended up coming in closer to $1500. On that note, if anyone needs an ALMOST full double roll of this wallpaper, shoot me a message! I’m still pretty proud that we were able to complete this entire transformation so affordably!
Let’s talk about this wallpaper… this is the first time I’ve EVER put wallpaper on a ceiling and I LOVE IT. Installing it was BRUTAL, but I love the way it turned out.
The wardrobes are from Ikea, but we stole them from our master bedroom. This gave us some MUCH needed hidden storage out here! This fits everyone’s snow clothes, shoes, backpacks, and even my son’s trombone! (It’s tucked behind the winter boots). I “built in” the wardrobes using some plywood and trim which I detailed in this post.
D. Lawless Hardware provided these beautiful brass pilltop hooks and I love their modern simplicity. It’s already not as beautifully styled and is filled with five coats and backpacks! It’s exactly what we needed and it makes me happy to have order in our house again!
On the side of the wardrobe I mounted this brass key hook which was my husband’s ONLY request for this space!
The rug in here may have been one of the most complicated decisions! I needed a 5×10 rug that would catch and disguise dirt! I ended up buying two 5×7 rug’s and cutting one in half, then seaming the two rugs together with thread and duct tape! It’s not perfect, but it’s hardly noticeable and I’m happy with it.
Until completing this room, the white door used to be the door to our Dining Room. Once I installed the window I was able to replace the old door to the garage with it. The black door might be my favorite door ever, and I want to buy a second one to be our front door! This is the door the kids use coming and going to school and to play in the yard. I’m so glad we put a door here because this way the kids aren’t constantly raising and lowering the main garage door to go in and out.
I’ve rounded up all of my sources with the images below, just click on any of them (or double click on mobile) to be taken to the sources!
I love participating in the One Room Challenge, and reveal week is my favorite! Head on over to the link up to see everyone else’s great reveals!
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