Kitchen Makeover in 1998 Single Wide Manufactured Home
This 1998 single wide manufactured home is beautiful and uses a lot of great remodeling tricks to make the space seem larger.
The flooring choice gives the home a rich, warm foundation that will be easy to clean. It will match almost any wood finish too.
The countertop installation is unique. The work area around the sink has the standard laminate countertop in one color but around the island, the owner used a darker faux marble laminate. This helps to create individual workspaces and is a smart use of material.
Spend money on the most obvious surfaces first.
Pendant lighting stationed directly above the counter tops is a useful feature. The custom architectural details in this 1998 single wide manufactured home creates wonderful focal points that grabs attention.
Not every surface has to be changed when updating a manufactured home. Pick the most prominent surfaces, such as walls and ceilings, to update with paint first and go from there. You don’t have to spend a lot to make your home beautiful!
The living room is great!
The mirrored ceiling installment is a great way to make the room appear larger. The tile flooring is in a neutral color that also works to make the space seem larger.
The bright white ceilings help bounce light around too.
A light cream paint color is a great canvas. You can add color via furniture, decor, and wall art.
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Custom Bathroom in 1998 Single Wide Manufactured Home
The bathroom in this 1998 single wide manufactured home has been completely customized. A walk-in tiled shower creates a great focal point in the room that is as useful as it is beautiful.
Related: Mobile Home Bathroom Guide
I really love this 1998 single wide manufactured home, wish I could buy it and pull it onto my land right now!
I found this 3 bedroom, 2 bath single wide home on Craigslist. The asking price was $16,000. This is a beautiful home for less than what a used car costs! The home apparently sold quickly because the ad was removed within a few days.
The home sits on a rented lot that goes for $225 in Raleigh, NC. The only thing missing is an air conditioner but that wouldn’t be too hard at all to add to the home. For less than $20,000 you could live in a comfortable, beautiful home – what’s not to love about that?
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