Beach Cottage Decor Ideas for Your Mobile Home – You’re going to love this home!

Seeing how other mobile homeowners decorate and update their homes is a great way to get ideas and inspiration for your own home and this one is full of great beach cottage decor ideas!

This home is listed for sale on Tiny House Listings. It’s a 2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in Newport Beach, CA and it is gorgeous! We’ll share the home first and then give you 7 great ideas to help you achieve the beach cottage style in your own home.

Living Room

The living room in this home is tastefully understated with a style that is perfect for relaxing.

beach cottage decor in a mobile home living room

This awesome mobile home even has a fireplace!

fireplace in mobile home

The entire home has white walls but has lots of added color via art and furniture. It’s a great way for renters to add style to their home without upsetting the landlord and it’s perfect for those that like to change their style often.


The kitchen is bright white but the wood flooring makes the room warm and inviting. The matching butcher block countertops complete the look and adds extra warmth.

An unusual feature in this mobile home kitchen is the large skylight. What a great idea to bring sunshine into a room!

beach cottage mobile home kitchen

colorful kitchen decor in a mobile home

Dining Room

The dining room in this beautiful mobile home is decorated beautifully!  Simple retro decor with just a touch of the beach is perfect!

dining room in beach style mobile home

Bedroom 1

The colors are perfect for a beach cottage decor! The colors against the white backdrop speak volumes for subtle style.

beach cottage decor in a mobile home

Bedroom 2

The second bedroom is another great example of modern beach style decor.

beach cottage decor mobile home

Bathroom 1

White is a favorite color for bathrooms and for good reason! Along with the beadboard walls and the modern elements this bathroom is a perfect example of beach cottage decor.

beach cottage mobile home bathroom

beach cottage bathroom mobile home

Bathroom 2

The second bathroom in this mobile home is just as awesome as the first! Beach artwork is always a great way to add the beach style decor in any room. The worn mirror adds another great beach style element.

bathroom 2 in beach style mobile home

Outdoor Decor

Even the deck and outdoor sitting areas of this mobile home are styled beautifully. Minimal decor paired with warm materials and a splash of color is perfect for beach cottage decor.

outdoor dining room in mobile home

outdoor sitting area in beach cottage mobile home

outdoor deck ion mobile home

7 Great Beach Cottage Style Ideas for your Mobile Home

The home above is a great example of the popular beach cottage style. Here are a few more ideas that can help you get the same look in your home:

  • Use white or light colors as the backdrop. Light, fresh, and airy is a great way to describe the beach cottage style and white or light colors can help achieve the look effortlessly.
  • Decor such as signs made with worn wood, glass with rope elements, and seashells are the go-to decorations for the beach cottage style. Pairing like objects together can make a beautiful display for any room.

beach cottage decor in mobile home

  • Keep clutter and decor to a minimum. You want the room to portray the beach which is minimal itself.
  • Put the focus on one element per room. A sofa in a great beach color or a beautiful table along with a few beach-themed decorations is a perfect combination for the beach cottage style.
  • A barn door is a space saver for small bathrooms in narrow mobile home hallways. It’s a popular replacement for the standard interior door and it works well for any style but particularly the beach cottage style. This mobile home has combined worn wood with a great sea blue color.

barn door in a mobile home

  • Add natural materials such as wicker, cotton, and wood. Beach theme decor is all about bringing the beach into your home and that includes color and texture.

beach cottage decor ideas

This beautiful mobile home is listed as completely furnished for $147,000 on Craigslist and $177,000 on Tiny House Listings.

Need more Beach themed decorating ideas? Check out this Beach Cottage Double Wide!

As always, thank you for reading Mobile Home Living!


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Crystal Adkins

Crystal Adkins created Mobile Home Living in 2011 after buying a 1978 single wide and searching online for mobile home remodeling ideas but finding very little. Today, it's the most popular resource in America for mobile home information and inspiration and has been visited over 40 million times.


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  1. Hi Amy!

    The weight of the wood could cause an issue if it’s really thick or if the hardware is made from a heavy metal. As long as your opening isn’t huge you could use a lightweight aluminum for the hardware and maybe a 1/4″ or 1/2″ thick (very dry) rough lumber in 6-8″ widths. You could also use a sheet of plywood with wide trim added like the one in this home. The trim around the edges are reinforcing the plywood and giving the door depth to appear more like a real barn wood door (along with the paint effect).

    You can buy aluminum barn door hardware just about any where (amazon, Lowe’s, Home Depot). Just be sure to choose one that is the appropriate size for your home and as lightweight as possible. As long as you attach it through the studs you should be just fine.

    Most manufactured homes use the standard 2×4 studs, just like a site-built home. Some of the higher-end models even have 2×6’s. A few of the cheaper models have 2×3’s but even those should be able to handle the weight of the hardware and a lightweight wood for a standard size interior door.

    Usually, if it can be done in a site-built home it can be done in a manufactured home (perhaps with an adjustment or two made). I’ve heard “you can’t do that in a mobile home” so many times but when you ask for a specific reason why it is usually based on misinformation or the person believing manufactured homes are not built with standard home construction techniques. They have it in their heads that mobile home equals camper.

    Best of luck!

  2. I’ve looked into adding a barn door in my mobile home but have been told the walls would not support one. Can u tell me what hardware was used?
    I love the look!

  3. Hi Shirlee! It’s great to hear from you! I hope you are doing well and enjoying your summer.

  4. Very nice little home. Love the wood floors throughout and the colourful artwork. The skylight in the kitchen in a nice feature and probably keeps the small space light and bright. The coffee bar with the “eat” letters above is fun.

  5. Great article! Always excited to see other mobile owners using a coastal theme to decorate. Just what we did this spring our new-to-us used doublewide here on the Texas Gulf coast, and while I’m not finished (2nd and 3rd bedroom + guest bath remain original) I’m thrilled with how its all worked out. Decorating has never been my strong suit and we’re on an ultra-slim budget these days, so thank God for craigslist and garage sale.