Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover – Before and After

This tiny laundry room was made a bit bigger and turned into a tiny vintage mudroom! Check out all the before and after photos.Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover - So Much Better With Age

Today I’m sharing with you the laundry room/mudroom. And it’s really tiny especially compared to the monstrosity I had in my previous house. The majority of people have tiny mudrooms so I know this post is going to help you tremendously when doing any creative home renovations.

By removing a small hall closet and adding it to the laundry room, I was able to gain some extra space and make it truly functional.
Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / very small mudroom - So Much Better With Age

So here is the laundry room BEFORE right off the front entrance, first thing you see when you walk in.

This was the shot I took when I first toured the house.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / laundry room before - So Much Better With Age

 Here is a shot facing straight to the back of the room.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / window in mudroom - So Much Better With Age

Here is a shot to the left where the dryer is. These are stackable dryer/washing machines so it’s odd that the previous owner didn’t stack them.

Notice to the immediate left of the shot that there’s a wall. The other side of that wall is the hall coat closet that we removed to add space in here.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / shelves about washing machine - So Much Better With Age

Now here are the after shots!

I bought all these antique brushes last year on Etsy and love how they add some ‘creative art’ to the space to make it vintage.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / vintage brushes  hanging on wall - So Much Better With Age

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / vintage wash board, crocks- So Much Better With Age

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / vintage paintbrushes hanging on wall - So Much Better With Age

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / vintage washboard hanging on wall - So Much Better With Age

These built-in cubbies and drawers for shoes were a must to organize the gear that stays in here.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / built in cubby holes- So Much Better With Age

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / black hooks and cubbies in laundry room- So Much Better With Age

This laundry art was actually a little laundry bag that I framed. Up close you can see all the fabric wrinkles. I just love it.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / French laundry sign artwork - So Much Better With Age

This sink is tiny (of course) but a way better use of this space than the massive laundry tub. It’s also where I clean and store all my paintbrushes.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / small but pretty sink area - So Much Better With Age

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / sink with cleaning supplies laundry room - So Much Better With Age

I keep them stored in the pretty jars I painted.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / painted mason jars storing paint brushes - So Much Better With Age

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / paint by sink - So Much Better With Age

The crocks are great to hold items like umbrellas, scarves, mittens etc. for different times of the year.

Tiny Vintage Mudroom Makeover / crocks - So Much Better With Age

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4 Comments

    1. Thanks Ali!
      I’m sorry for the long delay, I must have missed your comment! Yes the countertop is quartz: Vicostone quartz BQ8220 Carrara polished. I used that quartz in my kitchen and in my 3 bathroom countertops and laundry room countertop. I love it! I also used it in my previous house. It stands up to anything.
      Hugs, Jamie

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