Our farmhouse breezeway mudroom is finally getting a refresh! I’m sharing my ideas and inspiration for the space here. Follow along to see these plans come to life.
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Farmhouse Breezeway Mudroom Refresh
Is is a breezeway, mudroom, or entryway? This room is all of the above in our farmhouse and the first space anyone who enters our house sees. Compared to the rest of our home, this space was in pretty good shape but I never loved it. Below are some pictures of the space when we first bought our home. You can watch a tour of our whole house when we first bought it HERE.
Farmhouse Mudroom Breezeway Refresh
With two under two there aren’t any big house projects underway so I thought it would be a good time to give this space a refresh. I’m thinking fresh paint for the wainscoting and a neutral floral design wallpaper for the drywall. Since this room catches most of the mud and dirt tracked in from our farm, I’m going for a darker beige color paint. Eventually I would love to replace the tile floors with a reclaimed brick floor but that will be a future project.
Farmhouse Breezeway Refresh Plan Details
I found the perfect wallpaper design called “Forgotten Beauty” from Photowall. Its the elegant floral detail I was looking for but the original colors weren’t quite right for my vision. What I love about Photowall is they can customize their designs to your needs. I sent in my requests for a more neutral color scheme and the team had an edited design to me later that day. I ordered the premium paper since this room gets so much traffic and will need to be washed often. I provided my measurements when ordering so the wallpaper came in a roll with each piece the length I needed. The pieces are also numbered so installation should be a breeze (more on that soon). I brought the wallpaper to Home Depot and got Behr Scuff Defense in the color Rolling Pebbles. The color swatch looks more brown beige on its own but next to the wallpaper it takes on more of a greenish greige.
I am so excited to get started on this project! I’ll be sharing more behind the scenes on Instagram but I’ll be sure to share the final look here. If you are looking for wallpaper Photowall was kind enough to offer my readers 20% off and free shipping using the code dianamariehome20 (expires 6/9/23).
What do you think about my ideas for the breezeway? If you have any tips for applying wallpaper please leave them in the comments! I look forward to sharing more of this project with you soon!