A travel trailer is transformed into a beach paradise in this great makeover!
This home is featured on a blog called Two Berti’s that’s published by a lovely lady named Katie. She’s a talented blogger with an eye for home decor and design and regularly shares beautiful home tours, remodels and DIY tips. Be sure to stop over and say hello!
The home belongs to her parents and is located in a mobile home community called Six Foot Bay, a luxury mobile home community in Canada. Katie states:
My parents sold our family cottage last year and made the move to a trailer. Now, this isn’t just any trailer park, it is equipped with a golf course, salt water pool, pub, kids park, volleyball/basketball/tennis courts. My parents picked an older trailer that needed some work but was in a prime location right on the 18th hole of the golf course looking over the lake. They have an end one with lots of privacy and space. so let me take you on a tour…..
Before and After
The before and after photos of this home makeover basically speak for themselves so I’ll let them do all the talking. I would like to point out this is, in reality, a very large camper with tip outs. It has a full kitchen and bath and is obviously very spacious.
Here are some great mobile home decorating ideas:
The flooring is a perfect match for the beach theme. It has the weathered wood look and the colors are reminiscent of the sand. It’s dark enough to give the white walls and decor a stage and light enough to not overpower. This was a great choice!
Don’t ya just love it?
How to Achieve This Look:
Your home can be a sophisticated shabby chic beach paradise, too! The 2 easiest changes would be using color and unique decor pieces.
Adding white or a light tone to the walls and cabinetry is a great way to achieve this style. It’s supposed to be clean and fresh and white evokes that perfectly but light blue, cream, and even light grey work well. If you do use white make sure it is soothing and not too stark.
Using the same color on walls, furniture and cabinetry neutralize the room completely and that’s ideal for the beach style.
The decor and furniture are really the stars here, as they should be. Letting their shape and texture define them and not the color is a soothing treat for the eye. You want the decor to evoke the idea of your theme and beach themed decor usually looks worn and faded.
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