One of my favorite and most popular posts is “Interior Designer Remodels Double Wide.” It is about Charmaine Manley, a talented interior designer in Oregon, that completely remodeled her own 1980 double wide.
The greatest thing about this home, other than it being gorgeous, is that Charmaine writes that through out the remodel not one dumpster was used. Every thing was salvaged or recycled! This was not a small weekend remodel, either.
I ran across Charmaine’s Pinterest boards and had a great time looking over her pins. She has fabulous taste in my opinion. Her use of color really inspires me. Following one of her pins I linked around to her blog again and spent half an hour just day dreaming.
I found so many great photos that I hadn’t included in the first post! The first post was just a few small photos (I was new to blogging and didn’t know how to do anything.) So I figured I’d share the good photos I found. These are all found on High Desert Diva and are all her property.
The back of her home and the front entrance. Notice the curved pergola that goes perfectly with the curved deck. The rich earthy colors she uses makes for a very welcoming home.
Here’s her office. The yummy yellow is well….yummy!
She brought the kitchen out a couple of feet and made a wall into a half wall. This open up the living room, dining room and kitchen.
The dining room. She removed the built in and replaced it with a gorgeous piece of furniture.
The kitchen was remodeled into a modern space with all environmentally friendly products.
This cozy living room would make any relaxed.
This bedroom would be a perfect place to wake up every morning.
The master bath is so cozy and colorful.
The guest bathroom is fit for a king.
This home has so many great elements in it. Charmaine used her move to continue her small footprint living and she used only the most environmentally friendly products she could. This home is both inspiration by design and by a high standard of green living, as well.
This photo was taken right outside her home and tells a wonderful story in itself. What a wonderful home and surroundings to be in!
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