Contact Us

 

We are always looking for mobile and manufactured home remodels, additions, home tours, room updates or makeovers to share here on Mobile Home Living.

If you have a new blog about manufactured homes let us know, we want to help spread the word. There are not enough manufactured home resources online and it needs to change!

 

Help Us Fight the Mobile Home Stigma

The stigma of manufactured homes continues to spread because people have never been around a real mobile or manufactured home.

The public’s opinion of mobile homes is based on the negative trailer trash stereotype that is so prominent in movies and TV shows. We need to show them the truth about mobile home living and we can do that by sharing our beautiful homes and teaching them that affordable living is comfortable and stylish.

 

Get Featured on Mobile Home Living

To get featured on Mobile Home Living all we need are a few photos and some information about you and your home project.

Just email us at [email protected] to start the process. If you can, go ahead and answer the questions below and attach a few images to that first email. With that, we can go start the draft and get you home on the front page in no time.

Here are a few questions we like to ask

Name

Location

Make and model of the home

Tell us a bit about yourself, your project, and your home

Tools and materials used

The total cost of the project

Any tips or tricks you learned during the project

Proudest DIY moment

Biggest challenge

Favorite room in the home

The advice you would give someone about buying and living in a mobile home

Remodeling Products (ex: paint, tools, fixtures) or home decor items (ex: curtains, pillows, anything you used to create your design style) you used that we can share with our readers

Please email us directly at [email protected] and we’ll get started right away.

Thank you!

6 thoughts on “Contact Us”

  1. Angela T Fox-Thompson

    I am trying to locate info on a 1950s (possibly 1959) Marlette Mobile Home. I don’t know the name of the model. It has an angled inline kitchen, a large living room with some of what I think are the original light fixtures. There is a small bedroom or den at the front and a small bedroom at the rear. The original tub and toilet are pink. It is about 10′ x 50′, I’m guessing. It was old when I lived in it’s trailer park 40 years ago and I have always been fascinated by it. I took lots of pictures as it is soon to be demolished. Please let me know if you have any info about this trailer. Thank you so much for your help!

    1. Hi Angela,
      The angled inline kitchens were fairly popular in the late 1950s. I wrote about them a bit in this article about mobile home kitchens from 1955-1960. Unfortunately, the industry is no help at all when it comes to their models. What little we do have on vintage mobile homes is from fans and owners that have kindly uploaded images, brochures, and other memorabilia. So far, I’ve found that Facebook groups are the best places to get help whenever looking for specific information. Search for ‘vintage mobile homes’ and then ask to join. Once in, ask your question and I’m positive you’ll get help.

      Also, I would love to see the photos you have! My email is [email protected]. Thank you!!

  2. Would love to share my reno projects!
    I’m Mary Fellows, I work in TV and film, I have merged my love with Vintage homes and tiny home living!
    (when someone mentions the tiny home craze, I’m like, “That is nothing new” Mobile homes, the Original tiny house!) I have one we seasonally live in, one I re-did for sale, and one I am re-doing in the pipeline!

    check out the one online @ mhvillage.com/1974572
    to see if it’s something you would like to feature?

    1. Hi Mary,

      We are always looking for homes to share and we’d love to add yours! Could you please send a photo or two to [email protected] and I’ll reply with a few questions. (we won’t need all the photos at first – most email clients limit file sizes). Looking forward to sharing your story!

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