Some people don’t believe you can have a true gourmet kitchen in a manufactured home. This kitchen remodel in a mobile home proves them oh, so very wrong!

This manufactured homeowner from Albuquerque, NM proves that you can absolutely have whatever dream kitchen you desire in your own manufactured home, regardless of the size, the make or model or the age. If you want something bad enough, you can always find a way to get it!

Her dream was to have a French Country Gourmet kitchen in her manufactured home. She prepared with thoughtful planning, shopped for materials, appliances and items on Ebay and hired some talented cabinet makers. The results are amazing!

She shared her beautiful room on the HGTV Rate My Space blog, which is where I found it. Her summary explains:

Ok, I live in a manufactured home but wanted a gourmet kitchen. I knew it would be a challenge to get what I wanted so I hired a talented local cabinet maker to accomplish my dreams (thank you Enchantment Cabinetry & Design!! As you probably have heard manufactured homes aren’t the easiest remodel. Bought all appliances, sink, faucets on Ebay to keep cost down. But I now enjoy all the bells & whistles of a custom kitchen! 

All the cabinets and pull outs are designed for optimal storage and convenience. Pull out spice racks on both sides of the stove and pull out racks for small appliances give each item a home that is out of sight yet, easily easy to get to. The appliances are already plugged in and ready to go, all she has to do is open the cabinet and pull! Each cabinet pull out can hold up to 100 pounds! Custom panels hide the dishwasher and give the outer island a cohesive look.

Dentil molding is used as a great detail throughout the room. Molding can be one of the easiest ways to add depth and detail to any room.

Santa Cecilia granite by Rocky Mountain Stone with waterfall edging was used for the counter tops. The rich colors plays off the butter colored custom cabinetry perfectly.

Kitchens are not the easiest rooms to remodel, regardless of what type of home you live in. There are so many styles, options and materials to choose from that it can quickly become an overwhelming experience.  If your dream is a gourmet kitchen with that French country and Tucson flair, this is great example of what you can do in your own home. The owners absolutely nailed it!

Have you remodeled your own kitchen? We would love to add it to our growing library of inspiration here on MMHL!

As always, thank you for reading Mobile and Manufactured Home Living!

13 Responses

  1. Debbie

    Your kitchen is beautiful, we have been remodeling our 1991 Fleet Double wide mobile home. My kitchen & laundry room is next. I was looking for some ideas, your kitchen is perfect! Thank you for sharing.

    • Crystal Adkins

      This probably cost well over 20-30k. You can do similar at a much lower cost by doing the work yourself and buying materials secondhand or damaged.

  2. Sandra

    Very nice! I just found this site because we are about to take on a remodel of our double wide we just purchased. I plan on blogging about it the whole way through, in the meantime I am enjoying this blog and it’s information. Thanks and once again great job on the kitchen – I say get what you want, that’s what i plan on doing!

  3. Deborah

    I especially love this kitchen because it’s mine:) I never mind sharing inspiration. I will be submitting more photos of our remodeled master bath and our backyard including in ground swimming pool:)

  4. Liquid roof Coatings

    amazing is this RV or a palace? :-) unbelievably awesome the most important thing is the space this is really wide and full furnished kitchen.
    My recent post Right products for fixing RV roof leaks

  5. CrystalMHL

    I would've too! As soon as I saw this I was ecstatic and couldn't wait to share it. I've commented on the page, so maybe she'll see it and contact me. I always feel weird just asking if I can feature their home/interview them in the comments but I have no other way to get through to them. Hopefully, I'm not committing too many faux pa's (?spelling) in the process. I do that on whenever I find a great remodel there, too. I'm going to become known as the pushy ole lady from MMHL eventually..hahah!Thanks so much for commenting!


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