I found this double wide exterior remodel on GardenWebs.com and fell in love! It’s a great use of multiple materials and colors and it is one gorgeous home!
The owners replaced all the windows and added a box window with a bench seat beside the entrance. Since most manufactured homes are straight lines on all sides, giving a little depth and dimension is a great idea. The bench seating is also a great way to add seating and storage to a home.


Here’s the before:
double wide exterior remodel


The stone siding is a perfect feature to any home. It adds detail and dimension as well and can be a great way to set apart the entrance way. It is a bit expensive per square foot but the results are worth every dime!
The color choice is pleasing and the white accents are perfect. This home is a great example of what can be achieved with new siding, windows, and doors. I’m sure the power bill went down a bit as well. There are tax credits available for energy efficient replacements, too. It’s a win-win all the way around!
double wide exterior remodel

The newly built front porch/deck is a terrific feature of this home. I love the way they did the base, too! I’ve never been a big fan of lattice boards used for the bottoms of decks. Lattice (the 4×8 sheets of small 1″ boards crisscrossing) certainly adds dimension but if you use it on the bottom of a deck or porch, it doesn’t allow you to utilize the area for storage much. It’s also not the strongest material and if someone wants something all they have to do it kick through to get it.

Related: 9 Beautiful Manufactured Home Porch Ideas.

With this base, they can store anything they want and no one will know what’s under there. That’s smart!

double wide exterior remodel

Overall, this is one superb exterior makeover. I love everything about it!  It’s cohesive and eye-pleasing and I bet the owners love it more every day!

double wide exterior remodel

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Note: I found these photos from GardenWebs.com. I have not been able to contact the owners although I did try. If you know who owns this home or if you are the owner, please get in touch with me. I would love to feature the rest of your home!