In light of the “Virus That Shall Not Be Named”, I thought sharing our little mudroom might seem a bit out of touch with what is currently going on.
However, there really is nothing in this mudroom that I’d hope you’d be inspired to go out and buy. Actually the motivation is the opposite. I hope this inspires you do use what is naturally blooming outside (if you can) and what you already have in your house.
I have never had any real budget for decorating since I have been married. I do have a ton of family heirlooms and some random thrift store finds. I hope you have fun being inventive when decorating even while the world is hunkering down. It can be a lot of fun.
Here are some before pictures of the mess that our mudroom turned into over the winter…
I did buy seeds and seed starting trays before everything went south. However, starting seeds and building good sized garden has become even more of a priority this year.
I used some canvas to make a tote bag that is helpful when I stop at local farm stands. Also, put all of our gardening tools in a metal tub that can double as decor.
We used blooming branches to add color to the room in some blue antique mason jars. I added some small rocks to the bottom of the mason jars so they wouldn’t fall over.
I hope you enjoyed this Spring Mudroom Refresh. I am super excited to start gardening this year. I keep adding more and more seeds to my pile.
I also plan on canning a bunch this year so if you have any canning tips please let me know!
Thank-you for taking time out of your day to hang out here.