Mudroom tile – The mudroom is the key to organized house and clean house. If it is designed with shelving and space to handle what usually gets dumped, and then lost. You will have order in your home and sense tomorrow. Use secondhand furniture with character to create an attractive entry. Make a supersized version of kindergarten cubbies for the whole family. Create a simple solution for wet boot storage for rainy or snowy seasons. And using the right tile for your new mudroom.
Create an elegant boot tray, with some items from the home improvement store, for far less than you would pay in a store. Measure biggest pair of rain or snow boots in the family, toe to heel. The width of your board should be slightly larger than the boot. For a slate mudroom tile tray, use a brushed aluminum, black rubber or plastic industrial shallow rectangular tray about two inches deep.
Add one or two slate floor mudroom tile in the tray. The tiles usually come in 12 or 16 inch squares, and then fit the tile to the tray. Use polished river rock around the edges of the tile to fill any gaps between the tile and the edge of the tray. Put wet boots on it to drain and dry, and you will no longer have puddles in the doorway to track through the house. If no slate tile, a full start the level pretty river rocks do the job.