Rustic Americana Mobile Home Before and After Home Makeovers, Double Wide Manufactured Homes, Manufactured Home Decorating Ideas, Mobile Home Remodeling Ideas There’s certain homes that just make you feel at home; Americana, rustic, country and primitive do it for me. You just want to sit back, lounge around and take it all in (or maybe I just like looking at things in other people’ homes, nosey me). I’m happy to show you this manufactured home whose homeowner has really made her home as comfortable and cozys can be possible. Noelle Moser lives in the foot hills of the Grand Ole Smokey Mountains. An area as laid back as it is beautiful. The real America, in my humble opinion, but I’m from right up the road. Her double wide has a beautiful foundation and landscaped great. .Noelle’s favorite style is rustic country and Americana with an accent on Roosters, you will find more about that tomorrow when she will so kindly answer a few questions for us. Her favorite room is my Kitchen and Living Room. The french doors and fireplace give it a complete rustic decor. The country charm continues with the lighting and rock fireplace. The lighter paint choice on the top cabinets always makes for an interesting and unique effect. A darker color on the bottom grounds the counter. There’s a great boy’s bedroom in her home as well. One of those “I wish I had one like that” kinda rooms even if your over thirty years old. Noelle has all kinds of great things in her home. She is a homeschooling mother and that in itself amazes me. Oh, how I wish I could but I’m to much of a procrastinator, I admire every homeschooling mom. I believe it is a smart and the only logical solution to our education crisis. Another great feature is her indoor garden and awesomely huge aquarium, which is ironic cause we just got a 29 gal setup. Her guest bathroom has some popular color choices for the more classy tropical look. Noelle even has an adorable chicken coop. I personally think that if you can, everyone should have just a couple chickens and a rooster of course. At least buy them from somewhere fresh. It just makes sense in every logical way to have fresh eggs instead of chemical induced. Tomorrow Noelle will answer a few questions and add a few thoughts. Make sure you come back! As always, thank you so much for reading Mobile Home Living. Please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and share with all your friends and family. Share with your friends and family!Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window) 11 Responses Mom of 3 February 27, 2012 Lovely home! Beautiful pictures! Reply CrystalMHL February 28, 2012 I thought you guys would love it! Reply Geneva February 29, 2012 Definitely cozy! And that Boy's Room… Wow! My recent post Making Hypertufa Reply CrystalMHL February 29, 2012 I know, I want a room like that!!! Reply Noelle Moser February 29, 2012 Thanks, I am so glad that you all like the pictures of my house. It is such an honor to be featured on MHL. CrystalMHL's computer skill with the pics is amazing. I wish I was that good with computers. Reply CrystalMHL February 29, 2012 Oh Noelle, I'm not finished with you yet…I'm so sorry. working 10hours a day is wearing me down quick! I just gotta get the photosadded and your interview will be up. This evening hopefully! Sorry! Reply Noelle Moser February 29, 2012 Wow! 10 hours a day!! that is a lot. I remember working full time it was really hard. I admire you for being able to get all that done. Don't worry about me, just get to it when you can. ~ Noelle Reply Devon March 1, 2012 Hi Crystal, I follow every post you make about mobile homes, but just wanted to pipe up today and say Thank You for this blog. I love to see how other people decorate and use their space and hope someday to share our place here in Vermont with you. We live in a nice state-run park and just moved into our little (784sf) home last October. We have floors, walls, skirting and a shed to replace, but I'm going to be taking lots of photos during it all so I can encourage other ladies to try their hand at renovating. For some reason, mobile homes don't intimidate me nearly as much as stick-built homes! Anyway, thanks again for all the inspiration and – Way to go, Noelle- I love your home and wish I had all that space (turning green here:) Reply CrystalMHL March 1, 2012 Thank you so much Ms. Devon, I love the idea of living off your ownland. Unfortunately, I am in city limits (of a small WV town) but Istill can't have chickens : ( BOO! and you should see all the prettyphotos I didn't put even put up. Ms. Noelle certainly does have thespace! LUCKY! Thanks for reading and of course I would be honored tohave your home on here. It's why I started MHL, somewhere we all hadone thing in common: mobile homes! Thanks for reading! Reply Marlies June 13, 2014 Where are you at in this beautiful state of West Virginia?? We live in Fairmont, just south of Morgantown. Reply Crystal Adkins June 15, 2014 Hi Marlies!! I’m in Oak Hill (Fayette County – about 10 miles north of Beckley) now but I am originally from Pineville (Wyoming County – between Beckley and Bluefield). I have been to Morgantown for a few ballgames (of course…lol). I’m so happy that you found my little site, I love my fellow West Virginians! If you are ever in my neighbor let me know, maybe we can have lunch. Hope to hear from you more! Thanks for commenting! Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.