Three Sleek Mood Boards to Inspire Your Mudroom Renovation

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Photo by Nina Gallant

Soft Spot

Interior designer Desiree Burns called on a range of cream and blush tones for her inviting tableau, a smart mix of plush fabrics and lustrous tiles.

1 “Speckled” linen textile, Rebecca Atwood.

2 Sunbrella “Neblina” drapery sample, the Shade Store.

3 “Linear Cloud” cotton textile, Rebecca Atwood.

4 Beads, designer’s own.

5 Maple sample, Malibu.

6–9 “Creamy,” “Pink Shadow,” “Colonnade Gray,” and “Colony Buff” paint samples, all Sherwin-Williams.

10 “Petals” wallcovering, Rebecca Atwood.

11 “Chunky Knit Sweater” wool-viscose rug, Pottery Barn.

12 + 13 Fired Earth “Imperial” ceramic tile and Annie Selke “Glam” glass tile, both the Tile Shop.

14 Sunbrella “Alma” shade sample, the Shade Store.

15 Annie Selke “Goldleaf Speckle” ceramic tile, the Tile Shop.

16 “Paradise” ceramic tile, TileBar.

17 “Metallic” cotton-polyester textile, Rebecca Atwood.

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Bygone Glamour

Drawing from her travels, interior designer Ana Bonilla imagined a warm, Old World–inspired space filled with color and pattern, plus plenty of vintage accessories to tie it all together.

1 “Towne” ceramic tile, Nemo Tile + Stone.

2 Felt keychain, Cheeky Monkey Home; and Flower pin, Vintage Finds.

3 “Memory” polyester textile, Weitzner.

4 “Mineral Green” cabinetry sample, Scavolini.

5 Samuel & Sons “Xelha Border” nylon-viscose trim, the Martin Group.

6 “Red Earth” paint sample, Farrow & Ball.

7 “Flat Single Crimp” wire grill sample, Outwater Plastics & Architectural Products.

8 Crystal hardware, Vintage Finds.

9 “Light Burnish” and “Unlacquered Brass” finish samples, both Lucide.

10 “Alloy” porcelain tile, Nemo Tile + Stone.

11 Studio Zen Wallcoverings “Honey Weave” wood wallcovering, Studio 534.

12 Pindler “Deville” polyester textile, Studio 534.

13 Wooden shoe, Vintage Finds.

14 “Skomer” polyester-viscose textile, Osborne & Little.

15 Iron hook, House of Antique Hardware.

16 + 17 “Oriole” viscose-cotton textile, and “Zanskar” linen textile, both Osborne & Little.

18 Mirror, Vintage Finds. 19 “George” leather hardware, Lostine.

20 Wood box, Vintage Finds. 21 Oushak wool rug, Landry & Arcari.

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Earthy Elegance

Interior designers Dane Austin and Andy Staszak teamed up on this tranquil scheme, where natural materials such as marble, pine, and wool invite relaxation at every turn.

1 Pine trim sample, designers’ own.

2 “Serengeti Weave” wallcovering, Phillip Jeffries.

3 “Galaxy” marble tile with wood inlay, DiscoverTile.

4 Vintage ceramic bowl, Reside.

5 “Pigeon” paint sample, Farrow & Ball.

6 Turnstyle Designs “Rough Cut” nickel cabinet handle, WaterSpot.

7 Kirkby Design “Flame” wool textile, the Romo Group.

8 Brass dish, Market Stalls.

9 “Wisp” porcelain paver, Discover Tile.

10 Inlaid box, Market Stalls.

11 “Belford” cotton-viscose textile, the Romo Group.

12 Bird figurine, Market Stalls.

13 Thibaut “Eastwood” wallcovering, the Martin Group.

14 Mohr & McPherson soapstone bowl, designers’ own.

15 “Osode” cotton-viscose textile, Kravet.

16 “Setting Plaster” paint sample, Farrow & Ball.

17 “Papias” cotton-viscose textile, the Romo Group.

18 West Elm coat hook on marble disk, designers’ own.

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