This personality-packed mudroom—part of an addition to designer Alys Protzman
's 1880s farmhouse—provides side-yard access for a family of four.
Quirky furniture and accessories such as an old New York City transit-car bench and a galvanized-steel olive bucket, used to hold umbrellas, lend oodles of character. A rattan table (next slide), a colorful boat-wood mirror, and painted wood stools round out the flea-market aesthetic.Architect: Erik Van MehlmanRabbit hook:
about $22; Anthropologie